Our next performance

Dear Old Blighty

A patriotic programme in honour of the centenary of the Battle of the Somme

7.30 pm Saturday 9th July

Parbold Village Hall, WN8 7DN.

Paul Chamberlain (baritone)
Vicky Little (mezzo-soprano)
Jim Cooke (conductor)
Peter Kwater (piano)

The Great War - a medley of World War 1 songs arranged by Jim Cooke
Excerpts, from Merrie England by German and Hood
Songs of the Fleet - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford

Tickets £10 incluing buffet. Bring your own drinks



Parbold Chamber Choir

Parbold Chamber Choir is a group of around thirty singers who rehearse and perform under the musical direction of Jim Cooke. We are a group of enthusiastic amateurs who thoroughly enjoy singing in harmony. We are led by very capable professional musicians who help us attain high standards in our performances. The choir has a diverse repertoire which includes sacred and secular music.

Our Concerts

We aim to perform 3 concerts a year. We enjoy sharing music with our audiences, whether they are seasoned concert-goers or first time listeners. Our concert diary is varied and interesting, often combining popular choral favourites with less well known pieces.

Our Easter and autumn concerts are from the classical repertoire. In contrast, our summer concerts tend to be more light-hearted. Some of our concerts have orchestral accompaniments. Our rehearsal accompanist, Peter Kwater, also accompanies many of our concerts at the organ or the piano.

The choir have also given informal carol singing performances in local pubs and at village events. We occasionally sing at private functions, including weddings.

Parbold Chamber Choir is a member of Making Music, a national organisation which supports amateur music groups. See Link below.

Making Music: Parbold Chamber Choir


This is a popular concert and spaces are limited so booking in advance is advisable.

Tickets costing £10 can be reserved by e-mail at: