Bingham and District Choral Society was founded in 1972.
We are a mixed, friendly, soprano, alto, tenor and bass (SATB) choir of about 90 people. We hold no auditions but achieve a high standard for our four concerts each year.
We sing in some wonderful locations and often with other choirs.
COME TO A CONCERT
Our interactive archive of programmes and posters, for the concerts we have performed since 1972, enables you to search for music from the Renaissance, Classical, Romantic, Baroque, and Post 1900 periods, as well as Christmas Carol concerts. You can also see the venues and collaborations with other choral groups.
Our traditional and very popular Christmas Concert will take place on
Saturday December 14th, 2019 at St Mary's Church, Bingham at 7.30pm
We will be joined by the Carnarvon School Children's Choir and Bingham Brass
Organist Ben Mills
There will be an afternoon rehearsal. Details tbc.
Tickets £10 adults, £1 children under 16 (to include mince pie, glass of wine or soft drink)
Come and Sing Elijah with us
Please note that the date has changed from that originally advertised
Our annual Singing Day will take place on Saturday March 7th 2020 at St Mary's Church, Bingham, from 10.00 am (registration from 9.30 am) until 3.30pm.
BDCS Musical Director Guy Turner will lead the day, which will feature popular choruses from Mendelssohn's Elijah.
Our accompanist will be Michael Overbury.
All singers welcome.
Cost: £20 Adults; £8 under-18s.
SING WITH US
We sing four concerts in each season, which starts in September.
We don't hold auditions – if you can read music it will make it easier for you, but we welcome anyone who is keen to sing! Experience the joy of singing with Bingham Choral by watching our video below.
Everyone is very friendly, I have made some good friends and it’s an important part of my week now.Linda Hunter
I have tried a few other choirs actually and when I came to Bingham I just felt at home.Alison Marriott
Looking forward to a new season of challenge and enjoyment in equal measure.John Bannister, Chair BDCS