STEEL CITY CHORISTERS
Steel City Choristers is a charity dedicated to providing high quality music education for children and young people. We are committed to making choral music more inclusive and accessible because we believe in the power of music to change lives.
Our exciting and innovative choir of children and adults is rooted in the English choral tradition. We offer our choristers a free first-class musical education and serve a wide range of communities in and around Sheffield through a diverse programme of choral concerts, services and projects. We offer schools high quality singing workshops linked to the Model Music Curriculum.
Professor Brian Cox
“The choir sounded so well blended and balanced and the singing throughout had such effective dynamics and musical shape.”
Malcolm Archer, former Director of Music of St Paul’s and Wells Cathedrals and Patron of Steel City Choristers
Our choir brings boys and girls aged 6-18 together with experienced adult singers.
We sing a repertoire that draws on the long tradition of English choral music which has proved its artistic merit over many centuries. Yet we are forward-looking and committed to developing new and innovative ways of taking high quality choral music out to a diverse range of communities. We want more people to benefit from the peace, joy and wellbeing choral singing can bring.
We would love to hear from you, or see you at one of our events.
We offer high quality singing workshops to schools and community groups and equip the with free resources to continue to help children develop a strong foundation of musical skills.
We value, trust and empower our people
We aim for excellence and pursue innovation
We work hard, accepting and learning from our mistakes
We have fun doing what we do together
Evensong in Knaresborough
Sunday 25 September, 4.00pm, St John the Baptist Church
Workshop with Hilary Davan Wetton
Saturday 8 October
St Andrew’s Music Festival
Thursday 10 November
We are recruiting boys and girls age 6-18, and adults with good sight reading ability. If you love to sing, please get in touch.
Steel City Choristers offers children a free first-class musical education through twice-weekly rehearsals, individual singing tuition and a variety of performance opportunities.
Eleanor Jarvis appointed as our Director of Music – July 22
Eleanor is a recent graduate of the University of Manchester, having studied a Bachelor of Music with emphasis on conducting.
Evensong and Farewell to Joshua Stephens – May 22
The full choir’s first evensong marks our Director of Music’s last public engagement before moving to Winchester Cathedral. The service, which included a poignant sermon, is followed by a sumptuous afternoon tea.
Reasons to Sing! Concert – May 22
Steel City Choristers and the Parson Cross Community Singers perform their favourite songs and mark the launch of the Reasons to Sing! wellbeing course.
Please become our Friend and help us share the joys of choral music.
Our Friends follow our story and support our work. We are grateful for whatever they choose to give financially – there is no minimum donation.
Our Friends enjoy an exclusive annual concert where they can meet and chat with our team and singers, reserved seating at our concerts, invitations to open rehearsals, and our regular email newsletter.
We are grateful to those from whom we have received grant funding: