South Notts men’s Chorus

SNMC

South Notts Men’s Chorus is committed to excellence in every aspect of performance, embracing a broad spectrum of musical styles designed to challenge the members of the choir to new heights and to offer an uplifting experience to audiences across the country, including at renowned festivals.

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SNMC_Victoria Barlow

“It’s an absolute privilege and an honour to conduct these men. Not only are we growing together and working hard, but we have a great giggle en route to each target. I do believe I’ve found my happy place.”
Victoria barlow, musical director

TESTIMONIALS

ANDREA CALLADINE, ADJUDICATOR AT SELSTON FESTIVAL

‘This was a very polished and confident performance of two demanding and differing repertoires.’

FRANCES STAPLETON

‘On behalf of Friends of St. Mary’s Church and all those that attended your concert on Saturday, I would just like to say thank you for taking the time to arrange this very special concert to raise funds for the Friends of St. Mary’s. The feedback from those attending had been amazing everyone enjoyed such a diverse and at times moving programme… The blend of voices was amazing along with the soloists and your pianist.’

WILLIAM HAY

‘I was invited to accompany the South Notts Men’s Chorus when they performed at the Eisteddfod and was very impressed with Victoria’s Choral Direction. She has established a great rapport with the gents and brings out the best in them to produce a wonderfully blended choral sound. Her choir is well organised and she carried out a detailed technical warmup to ensure that the men were on form vocally and ready to perform. Her choice of programme was well balanced musically and suited to the occasion.’

BRYAN HUSBAND

‘Outstanding!’ – that’s how internationally renowned adjudicator, Bryan Husband, recently judged the South Notts Men’s Chorus

WILLIAM HAY

‘You make a fantastic sound, gents. It was a pleasure to accompany you at Eisteddfod. Thanks for inviting me!’

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Derby Arts Festival
Selston music festival winners 2018