Sheffield Bach Choir – the choir of the Sheffield Bach Society

Mendelssohn's Elijah: SBS & National Festival Orchestra, conducted by Simon Lindley, Saturday 4th March 2017, 7.30pm

Next concert: Mendelssohn’s Elijah:
Sheffield Cathedral on 4th March 2017, 7.30pm

Sheffield Bach Choir is one of the longest-established choirs in the city and celebrated its 60th anniversary in some style in 2010. We are a mixed choir founded originally to revive public interest in the music of Bach. Each year we present at least one major Bach choral work, along with Handel’s Messiah in December and, in addition, each season sees a minimum of three further concerts of mixed classical repertoire. Our concerts take place at Sheffield Cathedral or St Mark’s in Broomhill, and we run a “come-sing” Messiah around Christmas time at another venue. During the recent major refurbishment work at the Cathedral, we visited the Victoria Hall Methodist Mission for two of our 2013 concerts, and historic Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth in the Spring of 2014.
We have since returned to performing in the magnificently refurbished Sheffield Cathedral.

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