Concerts

Albert Hall Concert

Welcome to the new season of concerts presented by Music for Everyone. Our programme covers the full range, from intimate chamber performances to thrilling, large scale choral and orchestral concerts with top soloists.

Many of our concerts take place in the elegant setting of Nottingham’s Albert Hall, where you can feel closely involved in the music. As ever, there will be a strong sense of occasion, a buzz of excitement, giving a real edge of active pleasure to the performance.

No other concert series offers you such consistently high standards of performance across such a range. Many big-name composers are included in our programmes, alongside artists or works which may be new to you – come and discover!

Date ConcertTimeBook Tickets
Saturday 25 September 2021

Glorious Italian BaroqueNottingham Chamber Singers (formerly East of England Singers), St John’s Church, Beeston

Monteverdi Beatus Vir


Vivaldi String Sinfonia


Unaccompanied Italian Motets – Monteverdi Cantate Domino, Anerio Christus factus est, Viadana Exsultate justi


Handel Dixit Dominus

7.30pm Booking closed
Sunday 5 December 2021Youth Groups Christmas Concert
Kingswood Methodist Church, Wollaton

MfE’s youth groups perform festive pieces and showcase what they have learnt during the Autumn term.
3.30pmBooking closed
Sunday 12 December 2021

Christmas is ComingAlbert Hall, Nottingham NG1 5AA

A ‘Family Friendly’ Christmas Concert featuring Nottingham Chamber Voices and other members of the MfE ‘family’ including the Vocals Youth Choir and Nottingham Community Voices.
3.30pmBooking closed
Saturday 18 December 2021

A Mystical Christmas… a journey through AdventNottingham Chamber Singers, St Mary the Virgin Church, Bunny NG11 6QT


A programme of atmospheric choral music and exquisite projected images frame Chilcott’s beautiful setting of the great ‘O Antiphons’. The mystery and awe of these ancient texts take the listener on a journey through the last seven days of Advent to the triumphant arrival of the Messiah – the Word made flesh, born in a lowly stable. 

7.30pmConcert cancelled
Saturday 5 February 2022A feast of music from both the choral and operatic repertoire.

Nottingham Chamber Singers, Nottingham Festival Chorus, Nottingham Concert Orchestra, Albert Hall, Nottingham NG1 5AA

Programme to include:
Mendelssohn: Excepts from Elijah
Mascagni: ‘Easter Hymn’ from Cavalleria Rusticana
Mozart: Voyagers’ Chorus from Idomeneo
Vaughan Williams: Towards the Unknown Region
 7.30pm Concert postponed
 Saturday 5 March 2022Nottingham Chamber Singers, St Mary Magdalene Church, Hucknall NG15 7AS

Concert Programme to include:
Rutter Requiem
Brahms Gesänge op. 17. For female voices
Schumann Six Songs for male chorus op. 33 
 7.30pmBooking closed
Saturday 19 March 2022Bandtastic
West Bridgford Methodist Church

An afternoon concert performed by MfE’s youth bands.
3.30pmBooking closed
Sunday 24 April 2022From West End to Broadway
Albert Hall, Nottingham

Nottingham Community Voices and Nottingham Concert Orchestra perform a concert of foot-tapping showstoppers including My Fair Lady, Oklahoma and more!
3.30pmBooking closed
Saturday 21 May 2022Vocals Concert
Vocals youth choir perform to family and friends at the Albert Hall, Nottingham
4.30pmBooking closed
Sunday 26 June 2022Celebrate the Jubilee! With Nottingham Festival Chorus and Nottingham Concert Orchestra.
Albert Hall, Nottingham
3.30pmBooking closed
Sunday 3 July 2022Summer Festival
A concert by MfE’s youth groups
Grange Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent
3.30pmTickets available on the door
Saturday 9 July 2022Words and Music
Nottingham Chamber Singers
St Mary’s Church, Clifton
7.30pmBook tickets now

What the critics say …

… about the Nottingham Chamber Singers (formerly East of England Singers): Always noted for their dynamism, they surely exceeded even their reputation for razor-sharp ensemble and musical muscle.

… about the Nottingham Festival Chorus: First-class choral singing, well balanced and with a depth of understanding which brought every line of the texts to life.

What the audience say …

… about the Nottingham Chamber Singers (formerly East of England Singers): Wonderful, stunning – a real triumph of a programme! I was moved to tears at times by the exquisite sounds.

The sound of the choir was so beautiful, as was the orchestra, and the soloists were so good. I was so moved by the whole performance. Thank you.

… about the Nottingham Festival Chorus: We had a wonderful time. There was such a variety of music and all of it at such a very high standard. Many thanks to everyone involved with all the planning & rehearsing. The hard work was much appreciated and the result fantastic.