The Renaissance Choir: Poulenc’s “Gloria” and Schofield’s “Stream of Life”

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The programme will include Poulenc’s Gloria and Schofield’s Stream of Life, a work for unaccompanied choir by Hampshire-based composer Ian Schofield, which we commissioned for our 40th anniversary in July 2016. It also contains William Byrd’s Ne Irascaris, Gitanjali Chants by Craig Hilla Johnson and John Cage’s 4/2.

Tickets: £15 for adults, £2 for students and under 25s.

Parking is available at Fratton Railway Station, Selbourne Terrace, PO1 5AW for £2 (all day Saturday rate), around 10 minutes’ walk away. Or park in one of the adjacent streets.

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The Renaissance Choir comprises around 34 singers that puts the beautiful music of the Renaissance period at the heart of its repertoire.
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