Welcome to Nottingham Harmonic Choir
This site provides information about the choir and its concerts.
The Choir has a long and rich history as a leading choral centre in Nottingham and the East Midlands. We perform in various venues, including Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, Albert Hall and the Minster at Southwell.
Handel’s Messiah, Dec 18
‘Each year I manage to forget what a sublime piece of music Handel’s Messiah is. Standing in the blast of the Hallelujah chorus never fails to remind me! Bravo, Brava’
Armistice Centenary Concert
‘terrifyingly impressive… a musical triumph…. heart meltingly moving’
Read the full review
Poulenc Gloria with The Hallé, May 18
‘the music was in their bloodstream’
‘high energy and rock-solid accuracy’
Read the full review
Bach St Matthew Passion Southwell Minster, March 18
‘Powerful and dramatic’
Performed with ‘exquisite tone and quality’
For the full review and other concerts, see the concert page.
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Saturday 23rd Feb 2019 9:45AM
Nottingham Harmonic Choir
Conductor Richard Laing
There can be no more dramatic oratorio than Mendelssohn’s Elijah. Fire descending from the sky, false gods, earthquakes, drought, torrential rain, fiery horses and fiery chariots, prophets ascending heavenward in whirlwinds, it’s all there!
Ticket prices: £20 or £23 if music required in advance. Students £5 or £8 if music required in advance. Audience Tickets £3
Tickets available from:
Come and Sing 2019 Booking Form
1 November 2019: Mozart Requiem
7 December 2019: Handel Messiah
21 & 23 December 2019: Family Carol Concerts
March 2020: Mendelssohn The Hebrides, MacCunn The Wreck of the Hesperus, Britten Four Sea Interludes, Stanford Songs of the Fleet, Howells Sir
Patrick Spens 20’ (Date to be confirmed)
May 2020: Walton Coronation Te Deum, Purcell Funeral Sentences, Rutter Gloria, Ireland Vexilla Regis, Parry, I Was Glad, Schutz Psalm 150, Bruckner Ecce Sacerdos, Aequili (Date to be confirmed)