Welcome to Phoenix Singers


Phoenix Singers Birmingham is a registered charity. We usually hold three major fund raising concerts each year, one at Christmas, one at Easter and the other in the summer.

We are proud to have donated over £40,000 to charities that we have supported over the last twenty years; Breast Cancer UK, West Midlands Kidney Appeal, St. Mary's Hospice, Conductive Education, Action for Children, MNDA, Lymphoma Association, The Phoenix Children's Foundation, Alzheimer's Society, Midland Freewheelers Blood Bikes and Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Our spring concert is usually by invitation of a local church or other organisation. They pay our costs and then keep the proceeds to support their own work.

We value the support of Choir Sponsors for either our concert programme or advertising. You will be helping our chosen charity by enabling us to pass on more financial support. If you are interested in helping us, please contact Sue on 0121 475 4005 or email sue.wri@btinternet.com.


"Amazing" "very moving"

"fantastic and memorable concert"

"so powerful and inspiring"

Just some of the comments following our successful Jubilee Concert on 22nd May at the Ruddock Performing Arts Centre in Birmingham.

Read more here

Our concert programme for the remainder of 2022 includes:

  • a Summer Concert on 17th July when Phoenix Goes 'Pop' Click here for more information

  • our annual Christmas Concert which this year will be on 11th December.

Further details, as they become available, can be found on our Events page.

Return to Rehearsals

Following a brief return to Zoom rehearsals at the beginning of this term (due to the Covid situation) we are delighted to be back to 'real' rehearsals at Rowheath.

We rehearse in the Terrace Room from 7.30 - 9.30 pm every Wednesday.

If you are wondering whether or not to join a local choir you can always come along and listen. If you like what you hear, then come along and join the choir!

Details of how to join Phoenix Singers can be found on our Membership page.