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We are a mixed choir of around 60-70 members and have been an established part of the Sheffield music scene since 1969. We sing a wide range of music from the choral repertoire, and are equally at home with full-scale requiem masses and unaccompanied part songs. Browse the website to find out more about the choir.
Singing with Escafeld Chorale: We have a few vacancies at present for sopranos and tenors. If you are interested in joining, please contact our membership secretary via the link on the How to join page. But please note that rehearsals are being suspended during the coronavirus outbreak.
Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses, Sheffield
CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS SITUATION.
WE HOPE TO PERFORM THIS PROGRAMME IN JULY OR OCTOBER 2020
Our spring concert was due to focus on the music of Antonio Salieri (supposedly Mozart's rival), including his De profundis and his Requiem, plus two of Handel's coronation anthems: Zadok the Priest and The King Shall Rejoice..
In Memoriam Tim Evans: Steve Draper remembers his former colleague and one-time soloist with Escafeld Chorale, who has sadly died at the age of 58 from a heart attack. You can read about his brief but positive role in Escafeld's history here.
Visit our Audios page to hear some short excerpts from the spring and summer 2019 concerts.
'You'd be hard-pressed to find a better amateur choir..'; ... a stimulating programme...', '...the Fauré [Requiem] was heavenly...', 'An excellent concert with a lovely variety of music and voices... that was the best I have ever heard Escafeld sing'.
See our Videos page for recordings of a group from Escafeld Chorale performing in the Winter Gardens at the Classical Weekend in March 2017.
10 and 14 December 2018: Christmas concerts (our concert on 10 December is in association with the South Yorkshire branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association)
28 March 2020: Spring Concert: Out of the Deep
Our spring concert focuses on the music of Antonio Salieri (supposedly Mozart's rival), including his De profundis and his Requiem, plus two of Handel's coronation anthems: Zadok the Priest and The King Shall Rejoice..
4 July 2020: Summer concert
A programme to mark American Independence Day, including music by Bernstein and Copland
More information at Current season.
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