Welcome

SNCS News Great start this week to some of our new music by Brahms and Parry.

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We are a small, friendly choral society based in the village of South Nutfield, close to Redhill in Surrey. We typically have around 30 regular members from the village and the surrounding area and sing a wide variety of sacred and secular music ranging from works such as Fauré’s Requiem and Handel’s Messiah to part-songs, madrigals, stage music, great works such as Britten's Ceremony of Carols, Chilcott's A Little Jazz Mass and Tippett's Five Spirituals from A Child of our Time. See Music Performed for further information.


We rehearse in a lovely Community Centre attached to Christ Church, on Monday evenings from 8.00pm to 10.00 pm, with a short half-time coffee break. Normally, the choir performs two concerts each year, one in late November or in early December, the other in May.


Our concerts are held usually in Christ Church (which has an excellent organ and good acoustics) or in South Nutfield Village Hall, to suit the theme and content of our programme. Additionally, we are sometimes invited to participate in other local musical activities such as carol services and weddings. We are fortunate to have a most experienced and inspiring conductor, Sue Hughes, who has a lifetime’s experience of choral conducting and music teaching. She has enormous energy and enthusiasm for South Nutfield Choral Society and sets very high standards for us to aim for.




Dame Judi Dench, Patron of this wonderful Community Choir

Dame Judi Dench photograph by Robert Wilson

We are always delighted to welcome new members who are willing to make a regular commitment to the choir. No auditions are required but it is beneficial to have had some experience of singing. Our members range from experienced singers to those with more limited choral and musical experience. If you are interested in joining the choir or attending our concerts, please do get in touch. You are assured of a most warm welcome.