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Portsmouth Baroque Choir currently has approximately 35 members. Although we have a particular interest in music from the Baroque period we perform a wide repertoire of music from the late Renaissance period to the present day. Many works are performed unaccompanied, but we also look for works that can be performed with small orchestral forces, as well as works with organ or piano.

We normally undertake four concerts each year: in October; a Christmas concert in December; at Easter-time; and in midsummer – in churches and cathedrals in Portsmouth and the surrounding district.

We rehearse on Monday evenings during term-time at Buckland Cummunity Centre, Malins Road, Portsmouth. New members are always welcome.

Noticeboard posts:

Preview: Portsmouth Baroque Choir’s Christmas Concert at All Saints, Portsmouth 25/11/2021
Preview: Portsmouth Baroque Choir: St Mark’s Anniversary Concert 12/10/2021
Preview: Portsmouth Baroque Choir – Spring Concert of Viennese music 06/03/2020
The Guide Awards: Who won what at this year’s celebration of the Portsmouth region’s arts and culture 28/01/2020
Preview of Portsmouth Baroque Choir’s concert, “The Passing of the Year” 04/11/2019
Review: Bach’s B minor Mass by The Consort of Twelve with the Portsmouth Baroque Choir 08/07/2019
Preview: Portsmouth Baroque Choir team up with the Consort of Twelve 01/07/2019
Review: Portsmouth Baroque Choir Summer Concert 02/07/2018
Preview: Portsmouth Baroque Choir Summer Concert 26/06/2018

Upcoming concerts:

Sat, 26 Mar 7:30pm Portsmouth Baroque Choir: Jongen Mass Op. 130 and Durufle Requiem Church of the Holy Spirit, Southsea
Sun, 3 Jul 7:30pm Portsmouth Baroque Choir and The Consort of Twelve: Israel in Egypt St Paul’s Church and Parish Centre, Chichester

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