Kidderminster Choral Society is a mixed, non-auditioned choir, rehearsing and performing mainly in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, in the West Midlands; we sing the great works of the choral repertoire, from Purcell to Tippett, from Bach to Bernstein.
We have about 120 members, and our main performance venue is the 150-year-old Music Room of Kidderminster Town Hall, with its magnificent William Hill organ.
We do perform elsewhere - in the Summer you may find us at Harvington Hall or Dudmaston Hall, or performing Gilbert and Sullivan in Belbroughton Church!
Every four years or so, we take flight to Germany, where we sing with the Theodor Storms Chor, the choral society in our twin town of Husum.
An important part of our work is with young people, and we have established two choirs, one for young people aged from ten to eighteen (Wyre Forest Young Voices) and the other for children aged from five to nine (Primary Chords). Information about these choirs can be found on the "Young Voices" page.
The Society is affiliated to Making Music (the National Federation of Music Societies), and is a member of the Kidderminster-Husum Twinning Association.