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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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A (rainy) day in the country…

We lifted spirits with summery part-songs during the Landmark Trust’s open day at the historic Goddards house in Surrey.

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Jessica Norton is Pegasus’s new Associate Musical Director

This year-long appointment will see Jessica helping to rehearse the choir, plan programmes, and conduct us in performance.

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Pegasus seeks Associate Music Director

Pegasus invites ambitious choral conductors to apply for the role of Associate Musical Director for a 12-month placement commencing in April 2017.

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Pegasus jumps into 2017

We wish all our followers and supporters a very happy new year! We’re looking forward to a rich range of concerts in 2017 – click below to find out what’s coming up.

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Christmas with Pegasus

Following the success of Pegasus’ recent outing to Grayshott for Mozart’s glorious Mass in C Minor for the Grayshott Concerts series Christmas begins in earnest for the choir.

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Pegasus goes to the ballet

Pegasus took to the world-renowned stage of the Royal Albert Hall at the beginning of October for a marathon five performances supporting the superb Carlos Acosta. In this, his “Classical Farewell”, Carlos produced a tour de force of ballet repertoire including both historical and contemporary choreography. The choir were privileged to have once again been invited to support the Cuban ballet prodigy in what turned out to be an extremely emotional set of concerts, setting us up for a busy autumn and Christmas period.

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