Fareham Philharmonic Choir


Fareham Philharmonic Choir has been singing in and around Fareham for over 100 years. Founded in 1898 by Capt. Eugene Spinney, the choir developed from a group of musically like-minded friends who formed the Fareham Philharmonic Society. Local events led to a regular concert programme and an accompanying Fareham Philharmonic Orchestra.

Today we are a vibrant choir, and sing music from many ages. Come to our next concert or rehearsal … we would be pleased to see you!

Performer Details
    Events by this performer
    April 20, 2024
    Brahms Requiem (sung in English) and Mendelssohn Hear My PrayerLucy Braga – Soprano and Alex Poulton – Baritone With Fareham Philharmonic Choir. Tickets £15 (under 16s free) available online at https://www.trybooking.co.uk or on the door. Free parking at rear of the...
    December 16, 2023
    Do come and join us to get into the Christmas spirit, and enjoy singing along with some of the numbers yourselves. See poster below. Ticketing link.
    October 21, 2023
    Celebrates the wonderful toe-tapping highlights of screen and stage favourites, and in particular a Rodgers and Hammerstein medley. With a soloist, Simon Whitaker (straight from the West End). See poster below.
    April 22, 2023
    The concert will be a celebration of the very best British choral music, including: Britten: Rejoice in the Lamb (Boosey and Hawkes)Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs (Stainer and Bell)Finzi: Lo, the full, final sacrifice (Boosey and Hawkes)Tippett: Negro Spirituals from...
    December 10, 2022
    Tickets £12, under 16s free. Please see the poster.
    October 22, 2022
    Organist – Brian MolesMusical Director – Andrew Cleary Various items of European Sacred Music: Geistliches lied – BrahmsCantique de Jean Racine – FaureAve verum corpus – MozartExsultate Deo – PalestrinaChristus factus est – BrucknerAve maris stella – GriegO quam gloriosum...
    June 11, 2022
    With Fareham Philharmonic Orchestra. Director: Andrew Cleary Soloists:Emma Louise JonesRebecca HartJacob ClarkThomas Nießer