Notorious in the press


In the run up to this Saturdays biggest ever notorious gig, Christopher Morley at the Birmingham Post has written a fantastic article about us!

Don’t forget there’s still time to buy your tickets, just £15 for premium seats and £12 for the stalls – or if you’re a student, get in touch for a special promotion!

Click the link below to get yours now! 🙂

http://www.birminghampost.co.uk/whats-on/arts-culture-news/choir-notorious-quirky-venues-celebrates-13906657

https://www.thsh.co.uk/event/notorious-at-20-faure%CC%81-requiem-and-rutter-magnificat

The Sixteen – Glory to the Christ Child


Any fans of notorious (and other choral works) wanting to get their fill of some lovely Christmas choral music would have a great time seeing Harry Christopher’s choir The Sixteen perform Glory to the Christ Child, next Monday 11th September at Symphony hall.

The Guardian promises it to be “An unmissable date on the Advent calendar”!

Grab your tickets quick from the Symphony Hall website here

 

Our notorious lives


This term, our publicity officer Josie has been asking the choir to share something of their lives in the build up to our biggest ever concert at Birmingham Town Hall.

Using the hashtag #mynotoriouslife members of the choir have been showing the reality of fitting in rehearsing for such a momentous occasion with the demands of everyday life.

Josie was first to go with this photo of her in her car having a little sing before she starts work:

As Chair, I had to join in with my eco-friendly take of singing a bit of Rutter while cycling through a nature reserve:

Fellow tenor Ian Sutton did a puntastic, “The lengths I go to for notorious”: 

Altos Jo and Frida shared a lovely shot on a walk through Moseley Bog with Frida’s children:

Soprano Helena showed us that even on holiday in beautiful Prague, she was still getting in some practice:

Her fellow soprano Ruth showed a slightly less glamorous, but just as dedicated side, as she rehearsed while grating cheese:

Wherever our choir members are, they’re all excited about 25th November at Birmingham Town Hall where we’ll have a choir of 75 people assembled to sing Faure’s Requiem and Rutter’s Magnificat. It will be a night to remember as all these hours of practice bear fruit in glorious music! Don’t forget to buy your tickets here: https://www.thsh.co.uk/event/notorious-at-20-faur%C3%A9-requiem-and-rutter-magnificat#tab0=details