Past Concerts

Paula Sides soprano
Alexander James Edwards tenor
Ashley Riches baritone

London Mozart Players
City of Southampton Orchestra
David Gibson conductor

Update 17:08, Friday 02 March: The forecast for tomorrow looks encouraging, and we hope to see you at the Cathedral for our performance. Still some tickets remaining, if you have not yet purchased yours. Wrap up warmly (and consider bringing a cushion, too)! 

The Hanover Band
David Gibson conductor

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Elgar  The Dream of Gerontius

O2 Guildhall Southampton
Southampton Philharmonic Choir
SU Philharmonic Choir
David Gibson conductor
John Graham-Hall Gerontius
Marta Fontanals-Simmons The Angel
Nicholas Warden Priest & Angel of the Agony

Tickets are now on sale for what promises to be a wonderful evening of French music at Winchester Cathedral.  The mainstay of the programme is Gabriel Fauré's Requiem, surely the best-known of his large-scale works.

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Will Todd  Mass in Blue
Tippett  Five Spirituals from A Child of our Time
Gershwin  excerpts from Porgy and Bess

O2 Guildhall Southampton
Southampton Philharmonic Choir
SU Philharmonic Choir
David Gibson conductor

Our first rehearsal for Todd's Mass in Blue, excerpts from Gershwin's Porgy and Bess and Tippett's Five Spirituals from A Child of Our Time is at Turner Sims on Monday 9 January. 

Turner Sims, Southampton

Join members of the Southampton Philharmonic Choir and the SU Philharmonic Choir for music and readings to get you in the mood for a merry Christmas. Audience participation absolutely required in those favourite carols!
Please note that the concert begins at 4pm.  There is no interval.  The licenced bar will be open before and after the concert, offering hot and cold beverages, and the choir will provide complimentary mince pies.

Southampton Philharmonic Choir
and
Southampton University Philharmonic Choir
with
Elizabeth Cragg  soprano
Kate Symonds-Joy mezzo-soprano
Gwilym Bowen  tenor
Dingle Yandell bass
David Gibson  conductor
New London SInfonia

O2 Guildhall Southampton
Saturday 26 November 2016
Performance begins at 7.30pm 

Our first rehearsal for Mozart Requiem and the new commission from Janet Wheeler, I Sing, and Ever Shall, is on Monday 26 September at our usual rehearsal venue, Turner Sims, on the University of Southampton's Highfield campus.

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Southampton Philharmonic Choir
Southampton University Philharmonic Choir
Erica Eloff  soprano
Elena Xanthoudakis  soprano
Emma Carrington  mezzo-soprano
Gwilym Bowen  tenor
Matthew Hargreaves bass
Ars Eloquentiae
David Gibson conductor

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