Future Concerts

Sat 17 November 2018
St. Mary's Church, Portsea

 

Armistice Anniversary
Vaughan Williams - Dona Nobis Pacem
Howard Goodall - Eternal Light.
Southern Pro Musica and Dancers from Giselle Academy
To celebrate the end of the First World War we present two great songs of peace. The beauty of Goodall's modern classic will be enhanced by graceful dance.

Sat 15 December 2018
Portsmouth Cathedral

 

Wassail!     with Castle Primary School
Alexander L'Estrange - Wassail!
with Call Me Al Quintet - British Jazz Musicians
We are delighted to be singing once again with the choir from Castle Primary School

Alexander L'Estrange adds some festive spirit to his inimitable jazz style in his new song cycle for Christmas. Join him, and us in a rousing start to the holidays with carols for all.

Saturday 12 January 2019
St Judes Church, Southsea

 

Come and Sing

Brahms - A German Requiem
Conductor - David Gostick
Instrumentalist - Ian Richardson - Piano

All are welcome to join us for an informal evening of music making. The requiem will be sung in English. Music will be available to hire - £1. Singers arrive at 7 p.m. for rehearsal 7.30 - 8.30 p.m. Refreshments at 8.30 p.m. Audience arrive at 8.30 p.m. for performance at 8.45 - 9.30 p.m.
Pay as you enter - £7.50 singers, £3 audience.

Sat 6 April 2019
St Mary's Church, Portsea

 

Dramatic Classics

Mozart - Mass in C Minor
Hummel - Crossing of the Red Sea (UK premiere - sung in English)
with Southern Pro Musica

One of Mozart's greatest achievements is coupled with a recently rediscovered masterpiece of a similar age - Hummel's dramatic depiction of Moses and Pharoah, presented for the first time in the UK.

Sat 6th July 2019
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

 

Tonight, Tonight...

Bernstein - Mass
Bernstein - West Side Story - a choral suite.
Ramirez - Missa Criolla
With Southern Pro Musica

Bernstein's Mass is not a traditional setting, but a dramatic work exploring faith and doubt. It is infused with an eclectic mix of musical styles, performed here in its intended theatrical setting.

Portsmouth Choral Union