Concert

Grieg – Peer Gynt, with Narrator, Samuel West; Mendelssohn – Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave); Delius – Songs of Farewell

Saturday 27 November 2010 Southampton Guildhall, 7.30pm Mendelssohn - Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave) Delius - Songs of Farewell Grieg - Incidental music to Peer Gynt Southampton Philharmonic Choir Southampton University Phil New London Sinfonia Conductor David Gibson Narrator Samuel West Soloists Richard Morris (Peer Gynt);

HWS Associates present "Christmas Cheer – Festive Music for All the Family!"– Southampton Guildhall

HWS Associates present — Christmas Cheer - Festive Music for all the Family Sunday 13 December 2009, 3pm at Southampton Guildhall featuring Southampton Philharmonic Choir Victoria Simmonds (soloist) Richard Hills (organ virtuoso) David Gibson (conductor) Come and celebrate a musical Christmas with us in the glorious Guildhall surroundings and with a whole variety of seasonal sounds, provided by the Southa

Spymonkey's Moby Dick at The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton - 29 Sept to 3 Oct

Having a whale of a time! Members of Southampton Philharmonic Choir are indulging in some “whale song” of their own as they join in the fun of the Spymonkey's Moby Dick at the Nuffield Theatre 29 September - 3 October 2009 in what promises to be “an evening of riotous fun and absurd silliness!” (Nuffield Theatre) Members of the choir who have seen the production can confirm that the show is hilarious and well worth seeing.

Ravel – Bolero and Daphnis et Chloé; Villa Lobos – Chôros No 10 – with Basingstoke Choral Society at The Anvil, Basingstoke

Saturday 3rd July 7.45pm The Anvil, Basingstoke Ravel and Villa-Lobos Ravel: Bolero Villa-Lobos: Chôros No 10 Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe Basingstoke Choral Society Southampton Philharmonic Choir New London Sinfonia David Gibson (conductor) Southampton Philharmonic Choir and Basingstoke Choral Society join forces for a fantastic programme featuring two contrasting works that require a very large choir. The concert will also include the popular orchestral favourite, Ravel’s Bolero.

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