About us


We have a series of free Singing Workshops for singers of all abilities coming up on Tuesday evenings in June and July 2022 – please click here for more information.

Our next two concerts will be:

“Happy and Glorious” – Sunday 22nd May 2022 at 6pm for the celebration of the Queen’s Coronation Platinum Jubilee at Ruddock Hall, Edgbaston, featuring Mozart’s Coronation Mass and more,


“The Summer Concert” (title possibly tbc . . . ) Saturday 16th July 2022 at the ARC in Ladywood.

Please see our Concerts page for further information, and our News page for what else we’ve been up to recently (admittedly not that much. Christmas concert was great, though!)

The Midlands Hospitals’ Choir is a large, mixed voice choir based in Birmingham, in the heart of the UK. Formed in 1981 in memory of Sir Malcolm Sargent and the charity set up in his name, the choir originally drew its members from local hospitals. We still have a large contingent from the medical and associated professions but nowadays the choir is open to anyone with a passion for singing (no auditions required!) and a desire to help us fund-raise for charitable causes.

For many years, we have donated the proceeds of our concerts to CLIC Sargent, a charity caring for children and young people with cancer and their families, raising funds for them at our annual Christmas concert in Birmingham’s Town Hall. In 2021, we will also be supporting Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

We also perform a Spring/Summer concert which usually takes place in one of Birmingham’s historical and beautiful churches, as well as combining with other local and national choirs throughout the year for a number of other unique and exciting projects.

Registered Charity Number 1149642.