03 November 2018 · Sheffield Cathedral
Commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1, and 80 years since the pogrom known as Krystallnacht, an atrocity which is at the centre of the principal work of this concert.
07 July 2018 · The Octagon Centre
Keneish Dance and Sheffield Oratorio Chorus present an evening of music and contemporary African dance featuring choreographer Keisha Grant’s High I’m…, an African contemporary dance spectacle that takes you through a universe of thoughts, feelings and physical sensation, and David Fanshawe's iconic African Sanctus, which interweaves recordings of African songs and dances with "classical" Western music, choreographed by Keisha Grant and Keneish Dance (www.keneishdance.com).
10 March 2018 · Sheffield Cathedral
21 December 2017 · St Andrew's Psalter Lane
Our ever popular Christmas carol concert, featuring young Sheffield singers.
25 November 2017 · Sheffield Cathedral
This is Elgar's great setting of Newman's poem The Dream of Gerontius.
08 July 2017 · Sheffield Cathedral
We are firmly in the twentieth century with this concert, featuring Kodály's austere, neo-modal Missa Brevis, Britten's evocative Rejoice in the Lamb, set to Christopher Smart's particularly quirky text, and Gustav Holst's Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda, a response to his appreciation of Hindu mystical writings.
01 April 2017 · Ecclesall Parish Church
Due to temporary indisposition, Alan Eost will not be able to conduct this concert.
22 December 2016 · St. Andrew's Psalter Lane
In this year's Christmas concert we will again be showcasing some of Sheffield's best young singers.
19 November 2016 · Sheffield Cathedral
Bob Chilcott is one of this country's most eminent living composers; his Salisbury Vespers is for multi-divided choirs with virtuoso brass and organ accompaniment.
02 July 2016 · Sheffield Cathedral
Benjamin Britten's War Requiem is a work on a large scale, employing a main orchestra, a chamber orchestra, 3 soloists and a boys' choir.
19 March 2016 · Sheffield Cathedral
Duruflé based his Requiem on psalm chants and used Fauré's Requiem as his model, both structurally and emotionally.
17 December 2015 · St. Andrew's Psalter Lane
Our annual Christmas carol concert, this year featuring young Sheffield singers.
28 November 2015 · Sheffield Cathedral
Johann Sebastian Bach wrote this setting of the Magnificat (Mary's hymn of praise on learning she would bear the Son of God) for his forces at Leipzig in 1723 but subsequently revised it into the form we know today.
27 June 2015 · Sheffield Cathedral
The celebrated Vespers of 1610 will be presented with an excellent array of soloists, some of whom will be familiar from our 2012 performance of Monteverdi's Christmas Vespers.
28 March 2015 · Sheffield Cathedral
Also known as the "All-night Vigil", Rachmaninov's Vespers is a set of 15 anthems for the Vespers and Matins services of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
18 December 2014 · Horizon Methodist Church
A familiar mix of carols, old and new, with readings and audience participation at a new venue: Horizon Methodist Church.
08 November 2014 · Sheffield Cathedral
28 June 2014 · Ecclesall Parish Church
John Rutter's moving and celebrated Requiem is combined with a feast of psalm settings, some joyful, some contemplative, by the English composers Sir David Willcocks and Christopher Le Fleming.
29 March 2014 · Ecclesall Parish Church
Bach's timeless masterpiece, The Passion according to St John, is presented in a dramatically enhanced performance with the rising stars of the Skipton Camerata and a sextet of distinguished soloists.
22 February 2014 · The Cathedral Church of St Marie
The newly formed Chamber Choir makes its debut with Palestrina's ethereal Missa aeterna Christi munera and a selection of Renaissance motets.
19 December 2013 · Ecclesfield Church
This year's annual mix of traditional and modern carols along with Christmas readings and audience carols.
16 November 2013 · Ecclesall Parish Church
One of Handel's most glittering and irresistible works composed at the age of 22 while in Italy, Dixit Dominus is paired with two of Mozart's most attractive choral works, Coronation Mass and Vespers K339.
29 June 2013 · Ecclesall Parish Church
Our final concert of the 2012-13 season features two 20th Century works of great beauty.
23 March 2013 · Ecclesall Parish Church
Atmospheric choral works with the theme 'Light out of Darkness' will mark the transition from Winter to Spring in the next concert by the Sheffield Oratorio Chorus.
24 November 2012 · Sheffield Cathedral
Start your Christmas celebrations in Venetian style with a concert featuring music by Claudio Monteverdi, including his 'Christmas Vespers'.