2022-23 season

Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus is delighted to present the 2022-23 season of choral concerts, with partners at Sheffield City Hall and the Halle for those that form part of the Sheffield International Concert Season. Risk assessments are compiled prior to each concert as a matter of course; these will continue to take into account the Covid situation and appropriate measures taken where necessary.

A date in November 2022 at 7pm

A concert at St Mark’s Church, Broomhill

The first concert of the season is a choral treat in St Mark’s Church, Broomhill. This is a chance to see and hear the region’s foremost mixed voice choir unaccompanied and ‘up close and personal’. Conducted by Darius Battiwalla, the Chorus will sing XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Tickets £XX available from Chorus members or on the door on the night, or online via XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

Please note that if you have any problems booking for the concert, or have already booked the main concert and now wish to attend the After Hours concert, please email the City Hall box office at 

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Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Conductor Darius Battiwalla


Saturday 17 December 2022 at XXXXXXpm

Christmas Carol Concert

Christmas Carols in the City Hall

Join the Chorus and the world-famous Black Dyke Band at Sheffield City Hall on Saturday 17 December 2022 for a special Christmas programme as part of Sheffield International Concert Season.

The award-winning Black Dyke Band has a rich heritage stretching back to the Victorian age. This Christmas celebration is the perfect opportunity to experience its unrivalled pedigree in the glorious brass band tradition, under the direction of Nicholas Childs, Principal Conductor and Director of Music. The Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, directed by Music Director Darius Battiwalla, will of course also take to the stage with some festive favourites, including a selection of carols and songs that the audience can sing along with the choir. With a sprinkling of local carols, and the choir and band award-winning version of ‘O Holy Night’, this is a Christmas event not to be missed!

Tom Redmoond makes a welcome return to Sheffield, to introduce this Yuletide concert of seasonal specials.

Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Black Dyke Band

Conductor Darius Battiwalla

Tom Redmand


Saturday 04 February 2023 7pm

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The Chorus is delighted to welcome the Manchester Camerata in a performance of Caroline Shaw’s Music in Common Time. This XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.


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Manchester Camerata & Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

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Oval Hall | Sheffield City Hall

Tickets £18, under 12s FREE


Sunday 19 March 2022 7pm

Mahler Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection)  

City Hall Sheffield

One not to be missed!

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Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

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Tickets £18, under-16s FREE


Saturday 18 June 2023 7pm

Verdi Requiem

Sheffield City Hall

The Chorus is thrilled to be able to present Verdi’s magnificent Requiem, with the Halle conducted by XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

brass band version of Handel’s wonderful oratorio Messiah, with the world-famous Black Dyke Band, and visiting choirs from Bochum in Germany and Perigueux in France.  The Chorus have undertaken tours in both Bochum and Perigueux in recent years, and has strong associations with the choirs in the two cities. This brass band Messiah collaboration was planned for 2019 but had to be postponed due to the pandemic. However, all three choirs were determined to go ahead, and the big event is planned for St George’s Day 2022.

The performance features new aria arrangements for brass, including this rather gorgeous one by Chorus Music Director Darius Battiwalla, sung beautifully by Catrin Pryce-Jones, soprano soloist for the St George’s Day concert, accompanied by the fabulous Black Dyke Band.

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Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus


C, soprano

M, alto

R, tenor

J, bass

Tickets priced £18, under 16s FREE