Voices In Harmony 20th Anniversary Celebration

On 7 March 2017 Voices In Harmony members celebrated the 20th anniversary of the choir at The Granary Hotel near Kidderminster.

IMG 0550Voices In Harmony was formed in 1997 to perform Handel's 'Messiah' in West Bromwich Town Hall as part of the BT Voices For Hospices event that year.  After the performance in October 1997 choir members decided that they wanted to continue as a choir.  Hence was born Sandwell Community Choir which has evolved into the 70 strong Voices In Harmony mixed voice choir of today.  There are still about 12 members who performed in 'Messiah' in 1997 including the Musical Director Stephen Bradley (pictured 2nd from left).

For more photographs of the 20th anniversary celebration see our photographs section or click here.


Voices In Harmony concert in Cricklade as guests of Sing 4/4

Town CrierOn Saturday 14 May 2016 Voices In Harmony performed in a Concert at St Sampson's Church in Cricklade, Wiltshire as guests of Sing 4/4, the local community choir.

Singing Day with John Rutter

Saturday 2 March 2013 saw some 25 members of Voices In Harmony travel to Tamworth to participate in a Singing Day organised by the Midlands Region of The Association of British Choral Directors.


Voices In Harmony perform Christmas music at Barnett Hill Garden Centre

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Review of Christmas Concert 2014

The renowned Black Country choir Voices in Harmony (VIH) held their annual Christmas Charity Concert on Saturday 13th December 2014 at Holy Trinity Church, Old Hill in the Borough of Sandwell – this year in support of Alzheimer’s Society and Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge.


Remembrance Festival 2014

Voices In Harmony participated in the Remembrance Festival which took place at Cradley Heath Salvation Army on Saturday 8 November 2014.

Next Concert

Saturday 1st July 2017
Welshpool Methodist Church
13 High Street, Welshpool, Powys SY21 7JP

Time: 7:30pm
Tickets: £5.  Available from Welshpool Methodist Church or on the door

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