Harlow Chorus is a highly successful amateur chorus of some 75+ voices, celebrating over 40 years of choral singing in Harlow and the surrounding counties of East Anglia. Our principal objective is to inspire and train amateur singers to perform choral works to standards which are nationally recognised as being of the highest calibre and to present those works to the widest possible audience. The choir mounts a season of concerts in venues throughout the east of England as well as accepting engagements. Orchestras it has performed with include the London Philharmonic, with which the choir has made two acclaimed recordings, City of London Sinfonia, Britten Sinfonia, British Sinfonietta and the Brandenburg Sinfonia. The Chorus has also toured abroad – including Germany, Estonia, Belgium, South Africa and Ireland. As well as performing a wide range of classical and lighter works, Harlow Chorus programmes contemporary pieces in many of its concerts and is committed to new music, having commissioned three new works in the last seven years. Harlow Chorus is also proud to have Edward-Rhys Harry as our conductor, who has also composed several of his own pieces, one of which was written especially for Harlow Chorus which we premiered in November 2018.
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