Please see http://www.renaissancechoir.org.uk/concerts where we’ve listed basic info on all concerts up to October 2018, including our tour to Utrecht, the Netherlands, in May/June 2018. We’ll update these pages once the repertoire has been fixed.
The Renaissance Choir has enjoyed a year of themed programmes – concerts where the title is “Sanctus” or “Gloria” or “Agnus Dei”. This approach allows works from many different periods to share the same programme, so that Bach and Mozart, Victoria and Poulenc can nestle together in the same sumptuous feast. Visit our concert page…. [Read More]
Term begins on Friday 1 September at 7.30pm in Emsworth. We are always keen to welcome new singers, particularly tenors. Please contact our MD Peter Gambie via the contact page on the website if you are interested in joining us. On 21 October we will be singing movements from Beethoven’s Mass in C, MacMillan’s Miserere,… [Read More]
It was a highly memorable evening in Southsea on 15 July. Appreciative messages have been pouring in: “What a joy tonight’s concert was! So very moving. Yes, we tingled our way home and I’m still tingling. You have a wonderful knack of finding the perfect way to start a concert – the Pater Noster tonight… [Read More]
We currently have vacancies in our ambitious and friendly choir for tenors – both ladies and gentlemen are welcome. Learn more about joining us!
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Most years we go on tour and in recent years we’ve alternated going abroad with staying in the UK. This year we visited Christchurch Priory and St Ambrose Church, Bournemouth and sang works by Byrd, Bach, Palestrina and Whitacre. See our concert poster. It was a suitable occasion to mark MD Peter Gambie’s 25 years with the… [Read More]
The Renaissance Choir has embarked on a year of themed programmes – concerts where the title is “Sanctus” or “Gloria” or “Agnus Dei”. This approach allows works from many different periods to share the same programme, so that Bach and Mozart, Victoria and Poulenc can nestle together in the same sumptuous feast. Visit our concert… [Read More]