Nottingham Harmonic Choir is pleased to provide information and links to concerts, workshops and other related events especially those involving members of the choir and with organisations having long established ties.
If you know of an event that would be of interest to members, friends and visitors to this site, please let us know using our outside event form.
Please click on a title or the "details" button for more information about these events
Singing courses and holidays - Runbysingers 2020
The Runbysingers 2020 programme of specialist singing courses and holidays has just started booking on our new website. These are for individual choir singers - not whole choirs.
Highlights for this year include a Summer School in Lincoln with David Ogden and David Allinson, a long weekend in Venice with Will Dawes and trumpeter Crispian Steele Perkins - and our popular midnight Mozart Requiem in Vienna featured last year in the Daily Telegraph.
Runbysingers is a Sunday Times Top 100 Holiday Provider, a fully insured member of AITO, and has been arranging singing courses for individual choral singers since 2003. We are all singers ourselves and join in every event. You can find out more about the Runbysingers organisers here: https://www.runbysingers.org/
Our courses always fill - but it would be lovely to see some new faces. New tenors and basses get a £100 discount - and so does the person who introduces them.
Further information is available from Nick
For more information please follow this link: Runbysingers
For more information please follow this link: Full details about all our holidays
Derby Cathedral Choir - vacancies for boys
Derby Cathedral Choir has vacancies from September for boys who are currently in school years 3 and 5. Choristers receive a first rate musical education for free (including free singing and music theory lessons), tour with us abroad and in the UK, sing on radio broadcasts and for CD recordings, make new friends, gain skills for life and receive termly pay. Choristers are also offered free musical instrumental lessons and a discount in school fees at some local schools.
For more information contact Director of Music, Alexander Binns at the email address below
Further information is available from Alexander Binns
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A Choral Odyssey
The Sixteen will next month begin broadcasting a new, five-part series of programmes on choral music, presented by Simon Russell Beale - A Choral Odyssey. Pairing a great variety of music with pertinent, historic surrounds, we'll be performing music by Byrd at Elizabeth I's Childhood home of Hatfield House, Purcell in the replica 17th Century theatre of the Sam Wanamaker, and a raft of music older and more recently composed as we move towards Christmas.
OliverDoyle is more than happy to answer any questions you might have, but there is more information to be found here:
Further information is available from Oliver Doyle
For more information please follow this link: https://thesixteen.com/a-choral-odyssey/
The following information is provided for interest and is not a recommendation or endorsement.
The choir has been informed about ChoralHolidays.com – a small company who organise trips for amateur choral singers. Their website is www.choralholidays.com.
COME AND SING DAYS AND WORKSHOPS
This calendar of events is produced by Phil and Angela Harrison.