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Welcome to our unique family of three choirs

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Sing with our Choral Society

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Sing with Wyre Forest Young Voices Choir

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 Sing with our talented Primary Chords Choir

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Kidderminster Choral Society is a unique family of three choirs. The Choral Society has a long established history, dating back to 1899, and a great tradition of singing all the great choral works. We also look to the future of choral singing and in addition to the main Choral Society, we have two choirs for young people.  Wyre Forest Young Voices, our youth choir for young singers and Primary Chords, our junior choir for children.

Members Across Our Three Choirs

Our main performance venue is the 160 year old  Kidderminster Town Hall, with its magnificent William Hill organ.

Why not come and Enjoy us perform!?

We always welcome new visitors to watch the Choir and love having a great audience so would love for you to come along with your friends and family and enjoy a spectacular performance by Kidderminster Choral Society.

Latest News

WFYV Are Recruiting!

North Worcestershire's premier youth choir is looking for new members aged between 11 & 19 years old! Wyre Forest Young Voices (WFYV) is the unauditioned youth choir of Kidderminster Choral Society where the aim is to create singing opportunities for young people...

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WFYV Celebrates 20 Years

2017 was the 20th Anniversary of Wyre Forest Young Voices.  A wonderful celebration was held in Kidderminster Town Hall to mark this occasion and was attended by current members, parents, pastoral carers, music professionals and KCS members, together with many Alumni...

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WFYV Summer Tour 2017

Wyre Forest Young Voices took their beautiful singing to Norfolk for their Summer 2017 Tour.  A very successful tour, with some wonderful concerts which were well received by local audiences. They performed concerts in  Holt and  Hunstanton, and a particularly superb...

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Fancy joining one of our three magnificent Choirs?