CBSO Young Voices

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The CBSO Young Voices is a choir for young people, based in Birmingham, England. It is one of the CBSO Choruses. Formed in 1999 as a partnership between the CBSO and Birmingham Music Service, Young Voices provides the highest standards of choral and musical training to singers from ages 11 to 18.[1] The choir is based at the CBSO Centre, just off Broad Street.

The chorus has performed in many venues, including Westminster Abbey, Symphony Hall, The Wales Millennium Centre, and Buckingham Palace.

CBSO Youth Chorus[edit]

The CBSO Youth Chorus, based in Birmingham, England is a youth choir which performs alone, or in association with the CBSO. The CBSO Youth Chorus was formed in 1994 with the aim of providing the CBSO with a chorus for the many pieces of symphonic music that require young people's voices. Open to girls in school years 9 to 13, it is now established as one of the country's leading youth choruses, performing independently as well as with the CBSO and many other prestigious orchestras and choirs.[2]

The choir is based at the CBSO Centre. The choir toured Sweden in May 2007, performing in two concerts in the Gothenburg Concert Hall. The Chorus Director is Simon Halsey and the conductor is Marc Hall. The accompanist is James Keefe.

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