Virtually together! Bach B minor Mass – Dona Nobis Pacem
On Sunday June 7th, we took part in a virtual performance of the Dona Nobis Pacem from Bach’s masterpiece, the B minor Mass. This was in place of our planned Tilford Bach Festival concert of the whole Mass which would have happened on the day before. The programme also includes four students from the Royal […]
Planning is well underway for our concerts for 2020 and even into 2021! All events will be posted in the Events section so please do check back regularly, or sign up to our mailing list. Our Christmas concert takes place on December 17th 2019 at St James’ Garlickhythe. All the details are on our Event […]
Springtime rounds in and out of London
We’re doing the rounds of venues outside London and in the capital this spring. Join us for concerts of Bach, Handel and more in Farnham, Tilford and at St Johns Smith Square.
Pegasus’s new CD: For the Fallen
Our new recording – For the Fallen: Music from the Time of the Great War – has been released by Signum Classics. Click below to read more and order your copy!
Pegasus welcomes Quintin Beer as our new Associate Musical Director
This year-long appointment will see Quintin helping to rehearse the choir, plan programmes, and conduct us in performance.
Pegasus seeks Associate Musical Director
Pegasus invites ambitious choral conductors to apply for the role of Associate Musical Director for a 12-month placement commencing in September 2018.
New year, new beginnings
We’re starting 2018 with a feast of music at St George’s Bloomsbury, and beginning to prepare for two operatic performances in March.
Lighting up the Christmas season
With our first Christmas concert in the City of London under our belt, we’re getting ready for charity carol services during December.
Christmas music is just around the corner…
Our big Christmas concert for this year takes place on Friday, 1 December. For the first time we’ll be singing in one of London’s most beautiful Georgian churches, St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate, close to Liverpool Street station. With candelight, mulled wine and mince pies, it will be a feast of sights and smells as well as sound!
A London premiere
An audience of more than 200 gathered at St George’s Hanover Square on 17 September to hear the first London performance of a work by Colin Riley, and music by Elgar, Verdi, Barber, Pärt and others.