The Midlands Hospitals’ Choir (now in its 35th year) is a mixed voice choir with over 100 talented singers for our Christmas concerts, and became a Registered Charity in 2012 (Number 1149642).
Originally formed in 1982 in memory of Sir Malcolm Sargent and the charity set up in his name, and originally drawing its members from local hospitals, we still have a large contingent from the medical and associated professions, but the choir is open to anyone with a joy for singing (no auditions!).
We continue to support CLIC Sargent, a charity caring for children and young people with cancer and their families – in hospital and in the community; raising funds for them at both the Christmas and Spring concerts.
Based in Birmingham, we perform 3 concerts each year with at least 10 rehearsals prior to each one.
Our Christmas Celebration concert is held at Town Hall Birmingham, a prestigious venue, much loved by our singers and audiences alike. For our Spring and Summer concerts, we tend to sing in local churches, with the Summer concert usually raising funds for the church where we are singing.
The Rules of the choir can be downloaded from here> Choir Rules.