Rehearsing from 18th April to 4th July between 6.15 and 8.15pm with rehearsals at St Andrew Holborn, EC4A 3AF, except for 25th April and 20th June which are at St Giles Cripplegate.
New members are welcome to come and give us a try - on Tuesdays between 6.15 and 8.15pm at St Andrew Holborn, EC4A 3AF.
Our Spring Concert will be held on Saturday 29th April at St Giles Cripplegate with the Een van Zin choir, and on Saturday 20th May near Eindhoven.
“City Chorus is one of the longest running amateur choirs in London. In 2020 it celebrated one hundred years of continuous music making. Even at the height of the Blitz, after the first shock had passed, a small group of Choir members, led by Gerry Darling, continued to meet and sing, and kept the idea of the Choir going. Over its one hundred years, the Choir has faced many hurdles, and undergone many changes of name, but its core identity has remained constant. It is a group of enthusiastic amateur singers who give up their time every Tuesday evening to create something together: to sing, listen, work and laugh together. There is something very special and very liberating about submerging your worries, ambitions and desires to a communal project, where the sum is so much bigger than its parts.”
Singing the Century: City Chorus at 100 by Georgia Brown
City Chorus is a friendly, hard working choir, open to all with no audition. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings in the city and perform several times a year in beautiful venues.
Our musical director is Paul Ayres and our accompanist (piano and organ) is Philip Shannon. Our concerts feature top professional musicians.
We are looking for new singers.
There are no auditions. Join this term and you can sing in our popular Christmas concert in December
We look forward to seeing you soon!
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City Chorus is a Registered Charity No. 1084782
The Spring Term starts on Tuesday 3rd January with rehearsals at St Andrew Holborn.
Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays between 6.15 and 8.15pm, and are also livestreamed.
See rehearsals page for more information.