Inspire have opened the online facility for booking of seats for the Mozart concert at St John’s Co-Cathedral on Friday 11th November. To book, please go to showshappening.com/Inspire/St-Paul-Choral.
The St Paul Choral Society (SPCS) is one of Malta’s leading polyphonic choirs, with a repertoire ranging from the 16th century to the present day.
The October 2016 Newsletter is out!
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Newsletter compiled and written by Anna Stivala
Do you enjoy singing? If so, why not join us? You don’t have to have a soloist’s voice to sing in a good choir. Enjoying singing and having a good ear for music is what you need. Being able to read music helps but isn’t essential. We provide members with practice materials. Our choir is now in its twentieth year. During 2016 we presented 12 musical events. Our repertoire spans five centuries; we choose music that is a pleasure for us to sing and for our audiences to hear. We presently have space for Basses, Tenors and high Sopranos. If you’re aged between 13 and 65, love good music, and can dedicate two hours every Wednesday evening for our rehearsal together, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our choir director, Hugo Agius Muscat, either through this Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StPaulChoralSociety/ or by calling or messaging him on 79705692.
14 members of the St Paul Choral Society sang Mozart's Requiem as part of the Sing mit! Festival Chor at St Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna on the 16th of July 2016.
Celebrating Mercy Concert was held at the Divine Mercy Sactuary, San Pawl tat-Targa on the 1st of April 2016. Guest Singers were Rosabelle Bianchi and Charles Buttigieg.