HALIFAX, WEST YORKSHIRE, UK
Halifax Chamber Choir was founded in 1899 as the Halifax Madrigal Society. The name changed in 1989 to reflect the wider range of choral repertoire which includes a wide range of sacred and secular music spanning the centuries. The choir performs in Halifax and other venues in West Yorkshire.
Aljosa Skorja (Josh), musical director of Halifax Chamber Choir, is a Slovenian conductor and musicologist. He is the winner of the London Classical Soloists’ 2015 Conducting Competition. Aljosa’s other appearances recently include concerts with the Slovene National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Manchester Camerata, Leeds Baroque Musicians and Stockport Symphony Orchestra. His future engagements include a series of concerts with the Slovene Philharmonic and returning to London to work with the London Classical Soloists.
Halifax Chamber Choir meets for rehearsals on Tuesday evenings 7.30-9.30pm at Dean Clough Mills , Halifax. When spaces are available we welcome new members. There are currently vacancies for sopranos. To enquire about joining, contact the choir administrator on the email contact form on this page.
We currently have a number of vacancies in all sections of the choir.
If you are interested in joining Halifax Chamber Choir we invite you to join at a rehearsal with our director Aljosa Skorja on Tuesdays 7.30-9.30pm at Dean Clough, Halifax.
We welcome singers of all ages with flexible voices and good sight-reading ability.
For more information and to register your interest in attending a rehearsal, please submit the form below to the choir's administrator, Peter Tillotson, or telephone 01422-844627