Appointment of a new Musical Director
After 34 years, our current Musical Director is retiring and so the Choir is looking for someone to take over in January 2022..... Read more »
We are happy to announce that rehearsals have re-started, usual time 7pm, usual place St. Mary's Community Church, Bramall Lane.
We look forward to welcoming back our existing members and extend a warm welcome to anyone who would like to join us.
We have carried out a risk assessment to ensure that all precaution are taken to ensure the room is safe for us to attend and if the regulations remain we are hoping to perform a Christmas Concert.
The City of Sheffield Teachers' Choir was formed on Thursday, 7 November, 1968 by Sheffield's then Music Adviser, Dr David Clover. It was a direct result of the daily choral sessions of his initial residential music course held at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick. This was the first time that Sheffield music teachers had ever come together in this way and it was a historic occasion for Sheffield music.
For eleven years the choir flourished under David Clover's baton, raising much money for children's charities, both local and national, and giving opportunities for those connected, at that time, with the education service in Sheffield to come together and sing for the sheer joy of singing.
Since his death in January 1979 the choir has continued to perform both at home and abroad. It celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018 with a concert on Saturday 10 November, at Holy Trinity Church, Grove Road, Millhouses, Sheffield.