We wish all our followers and supporters a very happy new year! We’re looking forward to a rich range of concerts in 2017, beginning on January 29 with Elizabethan sacred music and English Romantic partsongs in the evocative surroundings of the Great Chamber of the Charterhouse in London – a free concert celebrating the opening of that ancient institution’s new museum. Space is limited, so visit our events page to reserve your ticket. Next up will be Miserere, a late-night programme of Renaissance and Baroque sacred music on the theme of mercy, on March 24 at St Martin in the Fields. We’ll be changing gears in May and joining forces with two other choirs for Mahler’s massive and uplifting “Resurrection” symphony, marking our debut at Barbican Hall. And later in the year we have a trip to Leicester Cathedral, and the Christmas Oratorio for Tilford Bach Society. More details of those closer to the time, but before then we hope to see you at the Charterhouse and St Martin in the Fields!
"Credit to the chamber choir Pegasus for performing from memory with delicate precision"
The Times, March 2018 (Handel's 'Acis and Galatea', London Handel Festival)
"The closing sequence, when the Pegasus Choir sing Morten Lauridsen's 'O Magnum Mysterium' into the darkness, is a potent piece of theatre."
Evening Standard, July 2011 (Carlos Acosta, London Coliseum)
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