Singing since 1914
Singing since 1914  

Croydon Philharmonic Choir 

The Croydon Philharmonic Choir is the largest and longest-established choir in Croydon. We have been singing for more than 100 years and perform four concerts each year. We have around 100 members who comprise four choral sections: soprano, alto, baritone and bass.  We have an extensive repertoire, ranging from classic choral pieces to contemporary music. (Find more about our history here.)

 

We have an inspirational music director, David Gibson, who challenges us to bring out the best in ourselves.   We have a strong reputation for staging great concerts and sending our audiences home buzzing with excitement.

 

 

JOIN US!  We are a friendly, sociable choir and always give potential new members a warm welcome - click on the link to find out more.  And our News Page has the latest information about some exciting membership offers (click on the link).  

 

HEAR US!  Click on the link to go to our News Page where you can watch a film of us singing.    

 

SEE US!  The link takes you to our list of concerts for 2021-22.  

 

We look forward to seeing you, whether you are thinking about joining us, or would like to come to our next concert (details below).  Either way, we promise you a great time!

 

Wonderful news!  We have returned to live rehearsals!  Our first since lockdown was at our traditional venue of St Matthew's in East Croydon, on Tuesday September 7 (see photo).  We were delighted to be coming together again at last.  We still observed Covid precautions,  but there seemed to be a special zing to our singing, and David Gibson, our director, said he was thrilled with our performance.  We have put aside Bach's Mass in B Minor and are rehearsing a selection of appealing pieces under the heading Choral Gems. We will be singing these in  Basingstoke on Sunday November 14 - and we have exciting Christmas plans for a concert in Croydon, to be confirmed soon.  You will find our concerts listed on our Concert Page.  

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