“The beautiful voices of Mirabilé Vocal Ensemble will remain imprinted in our memories for a very long time.”

Press review – Terre di Scansano Classica Festival, Italy.
“I was fortunate to hear a concert given by Mirabilé in a little town in Tuscany. The event was a great success due to not only the high quality of the choral sound and musical interpretation but also the variety and presentation of their performance. In a country noted for choral singing, Mirabilé’s contribution is of the highest quality.”

Robin Stapleton – Former Chorus Director, Royal Opera House and Guest conductor, BBC Concert Orchestra.
“I was lucky enough to listen to the Mirabilé Ensemble at the Nottingham Arts Theatre. I was blown away by the beautiful voices, arrangements and song choices. They were a very friendly group of singers who raised the roof with their voices. Wonderful - do have them for your event or at the very least go and see them, wherever they are singing.”

Review - Kirsty Farrelly - Marketing and Operations Manager, Nottingham Arts Theatre.
“A concert full of such contrasts and emotions demands not only beautiful singing but great attention to detail, clear phrasing, thoughtful articulation and communication. Mirabilé excelled in all of this. They gave a thoroughly enjoyable performance.”

Robert Foreman - Musical Director, choir of St. Peter’s Church, Market Bosworth, Leicestershire

“We were thrilled by your talent and the pure beauty of your voices. We truely loved every moment. We look forward to you returning.

'Tundra' can never be heard too many times, such a powerful performance.”

Tracey Davenport, Event Organiser, NSPCC, Mansfield

Our next concerts:

2nd November 2019
  • Britten Saint Nicolas

    2nd November 2019  7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
    St Andrews C Of E Church, 40 Pilkington Ave, Newcastle ST5 3RE, UK

    The cantata Saint Nicolas tells the story of the original Santa Claus, a fourth-century saint whose acts revitalising three boys who had been pickled by an unscrupulous landlord being among the more dramatic led to his canonisation as patron saint of children and sailors. Britten's lively setting is distinctly operatic, full of incident and colour with the story brought home through the use of congregational hymns. The part of Nicolas this evening is sung by the amazing Justin Lavender and he is joined by choristers from Lichfield Cathedral, the award-winning Mirabile Ensemble and The Ceramic City Ensemble.

    More details here.

    Tickets £15, Students £5
    Ticket Enquires 01782 815658

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    Ceramic City Choir, Registered Charity No. 257932

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8th December 2019
  • Mirabilé Vocal Ensemble Sings Christmas

    8th December 2019  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Great Hall, Wollaton Hall, Nottingham NG8 2AE, UK

    A ceremony of Carols & more, hosted by John Hess (BBC Journalist & broadcaster).

    Tickets £15 (includes a seasonal drink)

    For further information and to book tickets visit www.wollatonhall.org.uk/events

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