Saturday 28 March 2015 at 7:30 p.m.

Joseph Horovitz Horrortorio.
John Dankworth The Diamond and the Goose.

Colin Baines – Conductor.

Soprano – Charlotte Newstead.
Contralto – Clare Bovill.
Tenor – Mitesh Khatri.
Bass – Fraser B Scott.

The Elgar Concert Hall, Bramall Music Building, Birmingham University.
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Tickets £16. Seniors £15. Students £8.

Book Tickets directly with Symphony Hall.

Parking in university car parks is free at the weekend:-

- North car park, Pritchatts Rd B15 2SB

- North east car park, Pritchatts Rd B15 2SA

Train – come out of University Station, turn left towards the Clock Tower, it
is about 5 minutes walk to Elgar Hall (under the domes).

Bus – nos 61 and 63 (Bristol Road) and 98 (QE Hospital) operate regularly and
stop nearby.

 

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Choir Details

Birmingham Choral Union – one of the longest established choirs in Birmingham.

News.

    Appearing at Symphony Hall! 3rd September 2014, by Chair

    Choral Union is proud to be asked by Raymond Gubbay to take part in two of their prestigious concerts in Symphony Hall – Christmas Classics on December 24, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on December 30. If you would like to be a part of these exciting events, please ring us on 0121 454 ...

    Review of Concert: 28th June 2014, by Chair

    From the Birmingham Post review of our concert at St. George’s Church, Edgbaston: “The BCU chorus… chose some challenging items including Elgar’s Te Deum and Benedictus and Herbert Howells’ Te Deum. The sopranos … in their middle range, like the Benedictus’s hushed “That we should be saved from our enemies”, were effective. The choir was more at ...

    Review of Concert – 29th March 2014, by Chair

    Mozart Requiem – “a sterling performance……projected the text with vitality and conviction.” Mendelssohn, Psalm 42 – “The choir excelled in this rarely-heard piece – their final jubilant Ewigkeit! (Everlasting!) ringing out convincingly.” Birmingham Post. See the full text on our reviews page.

Choir Summary.

    Choir Summary

    Well into our second century, we are fortunate to have a strong feeling of continuity in the Choir. At a committee meeting in October 2011, Paul O’Dell was elected Chairman of Birmingham Choral Union. He has been a member of the Choir for many years, serving as Hon.Treasurer for a considerable period prior to this election. The current Board of Trustees (Committee) has a good balance of long serving and newer members in it. We also actively encourage younger singers. Gradually, the Choir is increasing in strength and we hope that more singers will join us for the interesting programmes of the next few years. Through the years, the quality of our work and standard of performance have been high and continue to develop. The Choir always has a positive welcome waiting for new singing members from diverse backgrounds. Further details about us may be found elsewhere on our website, please see our Rehearsal Details.


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