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SCCC on 6th June 2015

The Chamber Choir will be singing on both Sat 21st and Sun 22nd November, with Richard Mason as conductor, as follows:

Sat 21st November at 7.30pm

at Holy Trinity Church, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TF

In perfect harmony

A concert celebrating music for choir and organ with many favourites from "I was glad" by Parry and Handel's "Zadok the priest" to Widor's famous Toccata.  We will also offer a mix of secular and jazz items, and John Pryer will put the Holy Trinity organ through its paces. There will also be a trumpet soloist.
The concert is part of the 2015-16 series organised by the Friends of Holy Trinity Church.
Full details can be found on www.htsc.org.uk  Click on the "In perfect harmony" link on the right-hand side!

Sun 22nd November at 7.30pm

at Sutton Town Hall, B73 6AB

A musical celebration for St Cecilia's Day (patron saint of music)

The Chamber Choir will join Sutton Coldfield Choral Society in musical tributes to St Cecilia as well as Rossini's fabulous Petite Messe Solennelle - a 'little solemn mass' that is known to be neither little nor solemn!
Box Office - 0121 240 0218
Book online - www.ticketor.com/rwp

Do come and enjoy these gems of the choral repertoire.

To hear some of our previous work, please visit our 'Listen to us' tab.

For more information on how the choir can sing for your church, community group, charity or event, please get in touch!

D-Day commemoration concert

SCCC with Enigma Brass Ensemble

The Choir sang to a packed audience in St Barnabas Church, Erdington on 6th June, the 75th anniversary of D-Day.  Under the direction of Nicola Starkie we combined a programme of wartime favourites with moving choral pieces about peace and hope for a united world.

We were joined by Enigma Brass, a wonderful group also from Sutton Coldfield, who raised the roof with the Dam Busters March and Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March no 1 (Land of hope and glory) while being sensitive accompanists to the choir in a number of pieces.

The audience - all supporting the League of Friends of John Taylor Hospice - ranged from young to mature, and there was even a local veteran of the D-day landings. Both the Lord Mayor of Birmingham and the MP for Erdington, Jack Dromey, attended.  All joined in heartily with sing-along songs and there was truly a feeling of community. This was particularly apt as we had decided to dedicate our performance to the memory of Janet Vine, one of our sopranos, who had died suddenly and very unexpectedly at the start of a service in which we were all singing on 14th May.  Choir  members were deeply affected by her passing and found both singing at her funeral and in this concert a helpful way to celebrate a friend who was also a gifted choral and solo singer.

Please see our 'Listen to us' page for songs and videos.