Welcome to Phoenix Singers

Birmingham

COVID-19 Important Notice

Please note that rehearsals and concerts have been suspended for the time being.  We will post a notice as soon as we can resume rehearsals. In the meantime, please look after yourselves and stay healthy.

About

Phoenix Singers was formed in September 2001 from an existing choir, Chorus 2000.

The choir is a friendly group of around 100 mixed voice singers who love to sing and enjoy spreading the joy of music to communities far and wide, in Britain and abroad. Performing a wide range of music, from gospel to pop, sacred to folk and we are happy to welcome new members.

We generally perform three main concerts during the year, at Christmas, spring and in the summer.  We use local venues, either churches or school concert halls, and from time to time, larger venues such as Town Hall or Symphony Hall. See more on our events page, or images from concerts and various trips here.

We have regular tours at home and abroad!

Charity

Phoenix Singers Birmingham is a registered charity. We hold two major fund raising concerts each year, one at Christmas and the other in the summer.

We are proud to have donated over £20,000 to charities that we have supported over the last fifteen years; Breast Cancer UK, West Midlands Kidney Appeal, St. Mary’s Hospice, Conductive Education, Action for Children, MNDA, Lymphoma Association and The Phoenix Children’s Foundation.

Our spring concert is usually by invitation of a local church or other organisation, when they pay our costs and then keep the proceeds to support their own work.

We raised a fantastic £1294.38 for St Mary’s Hospice from the bucket swing at the end of our concert at Town Hall, Birmingham on Dec. 19th.  Thank you everyone.

We value the support of Choir Sponsors for either our concert programme or advertising. You will be helping our chosen charity by enabling us to pass on more financial support. If you are interested in helping us, please contact Sue on 0121 475 4005 or email sue.wri@btinternet.com.