Future Concerts

  • We’re excited about our next concert

    Our Next Concert


    Originals by: Dowland, Henry VIII, Morley, Edwards & Weelkes.

    Premiere of six new settings by Jonathan Berkahn.

    And other delights.

    Musical Director: Ingrid Schoenfeld

    Accompanist: Jonathan Berkahn

    Come hear classic madrigals, freshly reset by renowned choral composer Jonathan Berkahn, combined with a selection of other favourites, such as the beautiful chorale “O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden” in its second life as Paul Simon’s famous “American Tune.”

    The concert will be at
    7:30pm on Saturday 19 November 2022 
    at Wesley Methodist Church
    75 Taranaki Street

    Tickets are $25.00

    Children are free when accompanied by an adult

    Click here for the Programme Booklet PDF

    Click the link below or scan the QR code to order your tickets at Eventbrite:


    Festival Singers 2022 plans

    Thanks for visiting our website.

    If you are looking for a choir to sing with in 2022 we’d love hear from you.
    Contact details are at the bottom of the page.

    Covid Policy

    • If you are unwell, please don’t come to choir rehearsals or events.
    • Wearing a mask is strongly recommended.

    We will review this policy as the Covid situation changes.

    Programme for the rest of 2022

    Angels Dancing – Choral Masterworks: Concert with the choir of  St. Mary of the Angels, 17 Boulcott Street – 7:30pm 27 August 2022

    Programme will include: Zadok the Priest, Parry’s I Was Glad, Allegri’s Miserere, Stanford’s Three Latin Motets, and a wide range of composers from Allegri to Britten.

    “Rewritten” concert. October / November 2022

    We’ll sing music that’s been used in one context and then rewritten for another, e.g. JS Bach’s Passion Chorale that Paul Simon rewrote as American Tune. 

    December 2022

    • We plan to sing at the Seatoun Carols event at St Christopher’s that fundraises for the Wellington City Mission.
    • We may perform a Christmas concert
    • We may sing at some rest-homes