The Renaissance Choir is embarking 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 Beethoven, Palestrina and Poulenc can nestle together in the same sumptuous feast. View our concert… [Read More]
The conclusion of a wonderful 40th year of music making at Hayling last night at St Mary’s Hayling: a special blend of commitment, musicianship and choral discipline, with the added ingredient of Christmas fun. Thanks to our appreciative audience!
The Renaissance Choir is performing at the Private View of British Art Show 8 tonight, 30 November. See our earlier news item. Our MD, Peter Gambie, believes that sound and words can combine as an art form to enhance the experience. These words explain this view and demonstrate how he anticipates that the Renaissance Choir… [Read More]
This year we are performing on two consecutive nights. Although some of the Christmas motets and carols may not be so well known, there will be plenty of audience participation! The programme has been planned by two choir members on the theme O Magnum Mysterium (O great Mystery). This text has seen some of the… [Read More]
Widely regarded as one of the most ambitious and influential exhibitions of contemporary art today, British Art Show 8 is taking over the entire Southampton City Art Gallery this autumn. Organised by Hayward Touring at Southbank Centre, London every five years, the British Art Show is designed to showcase and celebrate the country’s leading role… [Read More]
We are selling off some of our library of scores we don’t need any longer – please visit our for sale page and contact us for further info.
Imaginative and skilfully delivered – Review by Peter Rhodes, The News, Portsmouth There were many highlights in Saturday’s imaginatively planned programme of English and French repertoire, including Schofield’s ingenious and beautiful setting of words by Bengali polymath/writer Radinranath Tagore. This choir does lush chording and hushed dynamics to considerable effect, as shown in Schofield’s “Stream… [Read More]
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