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2009
Spring
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Choruses from Opera and Oratorio with young opera stars Claire Watkins, Lucie Spickova, Gareth Dafydd Morris and Callum Thorpe.

2008
Spring - Mozart's Requiem, Handel's Zadok the Priest, Jones' Morte Christe

2007
Autumn - Bach Wachet auf!, Mozart Te Deum, Haydn Der Sturm, Duruflé Quatre Motets and Schubert Mass in C Major with soloists Alison Hill, Estelle Wood, Richard Rowntree and John Clarke.

Summer - Our Beaminster Festival debut with Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor, Daniel Purcell Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis and other English music.

Spring - A Palm Sunday afternoon concert featuring Stainer Crucifixion.

2006
Autumn - our most ambitious concert to date! Haydn Little Organ Mass and Brahms German Requiem with soprano Elizabeth Weisberg, Baritone John Clarke and symphony orchestra led by Ronald Easey.

Spring - an evening of European Choral Music. The programme included Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes, Elgar Bavarian Dances, Britten Five Flower Songs, Handel Zadok the Priest.

2005
Autumn - Haydn Jugendmesse and Te Deum, Purcell Hail, Bright Cecilia!, extracts from Handel Chandos Anthem No. 9 and Mendelssohn Hear my Prayer with sopranos Stephanie Bodsworth and Nicola Wydenbach.

2004
Spring - Vivaldi Gloria, Faure Requiem and Stanford Te Deum with Soprano Stephanie Bodsworth, Alto Susan Lofthouse, Tenor James Craw and Bass Ashley Thorburn.

Handel's Zadok the Priest, 2008 - "The singers’ enthusiasm gave this exciting piece a dramatic conviction that was entirely fresh. "

Schubert’s Mass in C 2007 - "the audience surrendered to the sheer beauty of the music."  

Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor, 2007 - "a delightful concert which I enjoyed immensely"

Stainer Crucifixion 2007 - "The drama and the deeper meaning of this major event in the Church year was vividly communicated"

Brahms Requiem, 2006 - "a very moving performance"
"a discipline worthy of any London choir"