SINFONIA CHORALE is a prodigiously talented choir based in and around Nottinghamshire. (Roderic Dunnett, Church Times: for full report click here.)

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2013 - 14 Season

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Parry's Songs of Farewell

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Completed in his last year, this swansong is a work of great beauty and profundity. One or two of the six songs of the set are fairly well-known, eg My soul, there is a country, but the larger-scale, more complex later songs are rarely done.

These will form the centrepiece of both the Come and Sing on 18th January, and the Spring Concert on 15th March.

Sing with the Sinfonia Chorale

Come and be part of our exciting programme for 2013 - 2014.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the choir, please go to the Contact us page.

If you'd like to Come and Sing with us on Saturday 18 January 2014, join us for
Parry's Songs of Farewell at Christ Church, Chilwell, Nottingham,.

Booking form
Click one of these links to download a booking form:
Booking form: PDF
Booking form: Word

Download a copy of the year's programme here:
PDF version - Word version

Future Events

  • 18 January 2014 Come and Sing
    including Parry's Songs of Farewell Christ Church, Chilwell, Nottingham
  • 15 March 2014 Songs of Farewell St John's Church, Carrington, Nottingham
  • 29 March 2014 Verdi's Requiem with Derby Bach Choir and Nottingham Symphony Orchestra
    at Derby Roundhouse.
  • 14 June 2014 Summer concert, with Alistair Parnell (saxophone)
    West Bridgford Methodist Church

About the Sinfonia Chorale

The Sinfonia Chorale is recognised as one of the leading small choirs in the East Midlands.

The choir was formed in 1966 as the English Sinfonia Chorale, and since 1991 Richard Roddis has been its Director. In that time it has enhanced its reputation for fine, expressive and exciting choral singing, and for ambitious and innovative programming. Several concerts are given every year in Nottingham and the East Midlands.

The choir has around forty members including professional musicians and amateur instrumentalists.