In addition to its own concerts, for the past few years Nottingham Harmonic Choir has performed regularly as part of the Nottingham Classics Series of concerts (link to be provided soon)
For each of our past concerts, further details are available by following the “Full Details” links. Reviews are available for many of our previous concerts
Strauss and Brahms
Saturday 11th November 2017 7:30PM
Orchestra da Camera
There can be few more poignant and moving expressions of love and compassion than these two great masterworks of German Romanticism.
Belshazzar's Feast 2017
Saturday 27th May 2017 7:30PM
The Hallé Orchestra
Nottingham Harmonic Choir is thrilled to join the Hallé Orchestra and conductor Rory Macdonald in this final concert of the Nottingham Classics 2016-17 season.
Sea Symphony and Sea Pictures
Saturday 18th March 2017 7:30PM
A Sea Symphony is an ambitiously large, exhilarating work for orchestra and chorus. Elgar's song cycle Sea Pictures - five poems representing the dichotomy of man's fascination and fear of the sea and its immense power and mystery.
Come & Sing 2017
Saturday 18th February 2017 9:45AM
Whether you are new to choral singing or have years of experience we hope you will enjoy spending the day singing whatever wonderful pieces of music we decide to prepare!
Petite Messe Solennelle
Saturday 12th November 2016 7:30PM
Contrary to its title, the Petite Messe Solennelle, written late in Rossini's life in 1863, is neither solemn nor small; his mass brims over with the colour and drama to be found in any of his earlier Italian operas.
Saturday 14th May 2016 7:30PM
Duruflé's ethereal Requiem is a deservedly enduringly popular work. Kodaly Missa Brevis was first performed in the Budapest Opera House cloakrooms, during the siege of Budapest in 1944/45! In Tippett's A Child of Our TIme, the spirituals perform a
Saturday 12th March 2016 7:30PM
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Carl Orff's ever popular Carmina Burana is an energetic setting of twenty four medieval poems, mostly in Latin, but some in Middle High German and Old Provencal.
Bach MAGNIFICAT and Haydn NELSON MASS
Saturday 7th November 2015 7:30PM
C.P.E Bach's setting of the Magnificat is an extended and celebratory setting of the words, possibly written to support his application for a post in one of the royal courts or possibly in Leipzig - thus C.P.E.Bach at his best. The Nelson Mass, writ