Join us for an hour of choral music at Quarr Abbey on Saturday 9 October from 1500 to 1600. There will be no charge. We will be performing some of the works which will be featured in our October concert (principally excerpts from Victoria’s Missa Pro Officium...
Last week was the first time we have been able to sing in person for 5 months, at Northney Farm on Hayling Island. A magical evening along with resident cows (occasionally mooing) and a cockerel! Watch us...
The Renaissance Choir presents a concert in Petersfield Italian Renaissance Masters was performed in Petersfield on Saturday 23 October 2021. Read a review. Why Renaissance? We are named The Renaissance Choir because we believe 15th – 17th century Europe was the...
The “Protest!” concert which we were due to give last weekend turns out to have been amazingly prescient in these days of “Black lives matter”. Its concept was to explore how protest has been used by musicians and composers over the years, beginning with the...
The Victory Carol Concert at St. Mary's, PortseaSt Mary's Church, PortseaFratton Rd, Fratton, Portsmouth PO1 5PA
Wine, soft drinks and mince pies will be available. There is free car parking adjacent to the church.
Conductor – Peter Gambie. Organist – Brian Moles.
Star Carol – John Rutter
Sans Day Carol – John Rutter
Glory to the Christ Child – Alan Bullard
Song of the Bells – Trad. Ukraine
Hark! The herald angels sing
Wexford Carol – arr. Yo-Yo-Ma, Peter Gambie
Child in a manger – John Rutter
Silent night – Franz Gruber
While shepherds watched – arr. Willcocks
Jingle Bells – arr. Allwood
A maiden most gentle – Andrew Carter
Shepherd’s pipe carol – John Rutter
Hodie Christus natus est – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Twelve days of Christmas – John Rutter
Away in a manger – arr. Willcocks
Dancing Day – John Gardner
Wassail Song – arr. Vaughan Williams
O come all ye faithful – arr. Willcocks
We wish you a Merry Christmas – Arthur Warrell
Hallelujah Chorus – George Frideric Handel
Join The Renaissance Choir for an afternoon celebration of seasonal carols, both old and new, choral treasures and cheerful songs. A heart-warming, family-friendly start to your Christmas. Conducted by Peter
Join The Renaissance Choir for an afternoon celebration of seasonal carols, both old and new, choral treasures and cheerful songs. A heart-warming, family-friendly start to your Christmas. Conducted by Peter Gambie.
Tickets £10 onlineor on the door. Under 25s £2, kids get in free.