Formed in 1990 the Brighton Chamber Choir, which has Sir Simon Rattle as it’s President, is a lively, friendly and welcoming choir singing anything from Gregorian Plainsong to music from the Broadway Musicals.
Contact Tim Cullen 01273 857998
Brighton Consort presents up to six concerts a year in Brighton and the surrounding area. In addition we help to further knowledge of renaissance and early baroque music by running occasional workshops, which are led by well known experts on the repertoire. Our Musical Director is Greg Skidmore.
Contact Mike Clemens 01273 833746
Since its formation in 1968 Brighton Festival Chorus has developed a well-earned reputation as one of the most versatile choirs in the UK, competing with London-based choirs in its busy schedule of concerts. The Chorus has gained the respect of many leading conductors and orchestras for its consistently high standards and for the breadth of repertoire that it performs.
In addition to its hired work, BFC also promotes its own concerts locally in Brighton and Hove
The choir traces it’s origins back to 1942, putting on several high quality concerts each year, with professional soloists and orchestras. In the course of its long history they have sung many of the major choral works, both classical and more modern. The choir numbers around 90-100 members. Rehearsals normally take place on Wednesday evenings at Varndean School, off Balfour Road, Brighton.
Contact M. Park 01273 640247
The Brighton Singers are a long-standing group of music enthusiasts and professionals united by their passion for singing new and exciting repertoire.
General inquiries: Anne Bonwit – 01273 604231 – firstname.lastname@example.org
A women’s a-cappella four-part harmony chorus. Based in Southwick, they currently have around 40 members of all ages who just love to sing. They rehearse every Thursday evening at Southwick Church in Roman Crescent, BN42 4TY . Singing popular and show songs spanning many decades, they have performed in venues throughout Sussex and further afield, including European tours.
The Esterházy Chamber Choir was founded in 1993 and is based in Lewes, East Sussex. Comprising around thirty four experienced singers from a wide variety of backgrounds, the choir aims to perform at the highest standard whilst remaining firmly rooted in the fine English tradition of amateur music making. The group’s repertoire spans four centuries of sacred and secular music with an emphasis on a cappella singing.
As a Registered Charity, the choir strives to make music more accessible to the young by offering free admission to accompanied children at concerts that the choir promotes itself, in particular its popular Christmas concert.
Contact Judy Mackerras
Lewes Festival of Song runs an annual weekend festival in Lewes every July, as well as other concerts during the year.
We feature performers with international reputations as well as outstanding young musicians at the start of their careers in richly varied programmes of classical song and choral music.
Directed by Sebastian Charlesworth, we are a small versatile chamber choir of around 30 members, with a passion for high-quality music making.
We give regular concerts of our wide ranging repertoire throughout Sussex.
Charity number: 1158357
Founded in 2011, Resound is a male voice ensemble based in Brighton & Hove on England’s south coast.
Performing a range of works from 16th century rounds through Broadway musical numbers to cool jazz. Resound is a vibrant choir who seek to develop vocally – both as individual singers and as a group.
Please see Sussex Harmonisers for further information
Sussex Chorus (formerly Ditchling Choral Society), is one of the South East’s leading choirs, performing four times a year in Brighton and Mid Sussex. Singers from all walks of life share a passion for choral music and, led by their Director of Music, Alan Vincent, enjoy rehearsing and performing a varied and exciting repertoire.
The choir currently has about 100 members and always welcomes new singers. The Choir meets every Monday except over Christmas and during August, in St Paul’s Catholic College , Burgess Hill from 7.30 to 9.45pm.
Contact: Mrs Angela Holroyd, email@example.com
The Sussex Harmonisers club comprises two choruses: an all-female group Sussex A Cappella and an all-male group Sussex Kings of Harmony. Our repertoires cover all forms of unaccompanied singing both traditional and modern to suit all tastes.
Sussex A Cappella rehearse on Monday evenings from 7.30pm to 10pm at The Kings Centre, Victoria Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9LR.
The Sussex Kings of Harmony rehearse on Tuesday evenings at St Paul’s Catholic College, Jane Murray Way, Burgess Hill RH15 8GA from 7.15pm to 9.50pm.
Visitors and singers will always receive a warm welcome. And we love providing entertainment for events. You can find out a lot more about us (including information about open virtual and physical rehearsals) at www.sussexharmonisers.org.uk
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@sussex.harmonisers, @sussexacappella and @sussexkings
Please see Sussex Harmonisers for further information.
Sussex Voiceworks is an established amateur choir of enthusiastic singers from Brighton & Sussex. Members enjoy concerts, tours and workshops under its dynamic young musical director, Sarah Forbes.
The choir meets on Monday evenings, 7.15 pm in St Peter’s RC Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham, BN43 5WG. All voices are welcome, no audition.
It holds two major concerts during the year, with workshops, smaller recitals, tours and combined performances with other choirs, plus social events.
Founded in 1974 the choir is a registered charity, no. 1058273