On this page we showcase selected forthcoming events by choirs and organisations other than our own. If you would like us to list your event, please email details (and, if possible, a poster or other publicity graphic) to .

Monday 27 May 2019
Pennine Spring Music Festival Pennine Spring Music St Thomas's Church, Heptonstall (map)
Pennine Spring Music festival is a friendly annual music festival which takes place in the beautiful setting of Heptonstall, a pretty village in the Pennines hidden high above Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire. Our one week choral and orchestral gathering provides a challenging and inspiring environment for members to prepare for three concerts open to the general public. Singers in all parts are especially needed this year to participate in our exciting programme which includes choral works by composers as varied as Chilcott, Poulenc, Hamlish, Porter and Mozart. Singers may participate on either a residential or a day-to-day basis. Singers are expected to feel comfortable with sight reading, but to have familiarised themselves with the music in advance.

To see the full programme for the week and to apply to take part in the festival, please visit the website.
Saturday 8 June 2019, 19:30
The Well-Conducted Tour St George's Singers St George's Church, Poynton (map)
Every year St George’s Singers goes on tour, performing music from the glorious cornucopia that is the British choral music repertoire, and including works specially chosen for our European audiences. Following our May 2019 tour to Bruges, this concert gives our audience back at home a chance to hear some of the music we normally reserve for overseas listeners. So, come and join us as we revisit exciting places and revive musical memories from across Europe.
Wednesday 12 June 2019
Summer Concert Prestbury Choral Society Prestbury Methodist Church (map)
Five Spirituals (Rawson)
Down by the Salley Gardens (arr. Vine)
Danny Boy (arr. Steven Porter)
Morning has Broken (arr. Lojeski)
Music from Les Miserables
The Rhythm of Life (arr. Emerson)
The Music of the Night (arr. Kirby Shaw)
Gilbert and Sullivan favourites.

The cost to join us will be £10 and rehearsals start on Wednesday 3rd April.
Saturday 22 June 2019, 19:30
Summer Concert Tatton Singers St John's Church, Knutsford (map)
Coleridge-Taylor Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast
Debussy Trois Chansons
Elgar As Torrents in Summer
Friday 5 July 2019, 19:30
Mahler Symphony No. 8, ‘Symphony of a Thousand’ St George's Singers Bridgewater Hall (map)
The Symphony No. 8 by Gustav Mahler is one of the largest-scale choral works in the classical repertoire, its huge instrumental and vocal forces giving it the nickname ‘Symphony of a Thousand’. The last of Mahler’s works to be premiered in his lifetime, it is proof of his position as one of the most visionary and ambitious composers of the romantic era. In 2019, the 50th Anniversary of Chetham’s School of Music, St George’s Singers joins with Chetham’s Chorus and Symphony Orchestra under the baton of their Director of Music, Stephen Threlfall, in a performance of this astounding work.