MMS is a registered Charity. Registered Number 802330
Who are we? Midhurst Music Society (MMS) has been providing the Midhurst area of West Sussex with live Choral concerts for the past 50 years. Many of our concerts require orchestral accompaniment and include orchestral items. This support is provided by local semi-professional musicians and occasionally by other instrumental groups. MMS is directed by Mary Knight. What do we do? We perform classical choral works and part songs,in public concerts and smaller recitals, supported by other training and social activities. We also send representatives to sing with the Petersfield Musical Festival, which give us the opportunity to enjoy performing large choral works. We support young musicians as they begin their musical careers and we want to encourage the appreciation of and participation in choral music in the Midhurst area. How do I join? We welcome new members to sing with us. You don’t have to be able to read music - we will show you how it’s done. Just come and enjoy making music together. Contact our Chairman or Secretary or just come along to a rehearsal. We meet on Monday evenings, from 7.30pm, usually in the Methodist Church Hall, North Street, Midhurst.
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New singers are warmly invited to join the MMS choir this year as we continue our programme for 2020 following our successful participation in the 2019 Petersfield Musical Festival. Weekly rehearsals are held in the Methodist Church Hall, Midhurst on Monday evenings from 7.30 onwards. New Singers do not have to read Music as full guidance will be given and you are assured of a warm welcome. Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass or even “don’t know” singers will enjoy making music with friends. Final rehearsals for the Petersfield Musical Festival culminate in a concert on 14th March, when we will be singing “Mirror of Perfection” by Richard Blackford and “Benedicite” by Andrew Carter
Welcome to MMS - Spring is almost Here!
One of the roof-bosses in York Minster A source of inspiration for Andrew Carter’s Benedicite - to be sing at the Petersfield Musical Festival