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2023 October | The Tree of Life

We are delighted to have been asked to give a recital at the Painted Church in Cambridge.

On Sunday 15 October at 1.15pm all are welcome to ‘The Tree of Life’ – a sequence of music and readings exploring the role of Trees in the Bible.

We are very pleased to be working with poet and write Debbie Pullinger for this event and hugely looking forward to our first outing at All Saints’, Jesus Lane.


2023 September | Gems of the Renaissance

It was very special to be back in Petersfield on Sunday 10 September, to sing for the Parish Mass at St Laurence Church, followed by a short concert of glorious music from the Italian Renaissance. We are grateful to Fr Peter Hollins and the congregation of St Laurence for making us feel so welcome

2023 September | Onward into Autumn

We were delighted to be back in Chalton on Saturday 9 September, after an eight-year hiatus, to sing a family concert. The programme was based loosely around the idea of moving from Summer into Autumn, and touched on the weather, the natural world, religious festivals, and the human condition. Music from a variety of genres was sung, including works by G. P. da Palestrina and William Byrd, and the Beach Boys and Con Conrad.


2022 August | Tour to St Davids

Originally planned for August 2020 as our tenth-anniversary tour, we had a really wonderful time on our long-awaited return to our favourite singing location. We were especially pleased to welcome back esteemed organist Marnus Greyling, from Johannesburg, who shared the directing and accompanying duties with our Artistic Director.

We performed a concert at St Davids Cathedral on Wednesday 24th August, as part of their Summer Concert Series, as well as singing services over the weekend of 27th & 28th August. We also ran a community singing event in Trefin Methodist Chapel at 6pm on Friday 26th August.

Pictures and a fuller report to follow soon!

2021 September | Langrish Celebrations

We were delighted to be invited back to St John the Evangelist in Langrish, near Petersfield in Hampshire, to assist with their 150th anniversary celebrations this year. We sang a ‘Mixed Bag’ of a concert on the Saturday (featuring our director hurling a banana at a priest who happened to be in the audience), and a celebratory Eucharist on the Sunday. It was a joyous, moving, and profoundly happy weekend, and we are grateful to all who fed and hosted us, and facilitated the logistical arrangements.