Brighton Orpheus Choir

The Brighton Orpheus Choir was founded in 1942. It has built an enviable reputation based on performances of the classical choral repertoire, whilst also
exploring the work of contemporary composers. The choir performs 3 concerts a year in the city with professional soloists and orchestra.
We rehearse from 7.30 – 9.30pm on Wednesday evenings in term time at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF
We are a friendly inclusive group that welcomes new members. The Friends Meeting House is ideally placed near all the major bus routes. Brighton Station is a short walk away and some choir members do car shares to spread the cost of parking. The rehearsal space is fully accessible to wheelchairs.
So, why not join us? You don’t have to be a perfect sight reader, although you do need to be able to read vocal music. A good ear and the ability to feel the music’s harmony is an advantage. You will have a short and relaxed audition from our Musical Director Nicholas Houghton.