Past Performances

‘The Byrds & the Bees’. A programme of madrigals and part-songs conducted by Felicity O’Brien and Courtney Hickmott, with accompanist Denis Guyan
Saturday 7 May, 2pm at The Chamber, The Piano.


‘Echoes of the Past: A Musical soiree celebrating Kate Sheppard’, 10 April 2021 at Te Whare Waiutuutu Kate Sheppard House, Christchurch.

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‘East meets West: English & Russian choral music’.   Sunday 11 October 2020,  at St Joseph’s Catholic Church,  Darfield.

Friday 24 July, 2020 at The Piano, 156 Armagh Street .      ‘With comrades brave and true’: Celebrating songs that Kate Sheppard sang


An Early Christmas with Schola Cantorum
Tuesday  3 December 2019 at The Piano,

Schola sings at a family wedding.


“Songs of Rejoicing” – A Musical Celebration of Easter
7pm Sunday 8 April 2018 at St Barnabas Anglican Church, Christchurch

“Draw on Sweet Night” – from the coming of the light to the dying of the day. Saturday 9 June 2018, St Peter’s Anglican Church, Akaroa

And Byrds do Sing”

Friday 16 November, St Mary’s Anglican Church, 24 Church Street,  Timaru, at 7pm     and

Saturday 17 November at St Patrick’s Basilica, 1 Timaru Road, Waimate, at 1.30pm


6 April, at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Christchurch
Tomas Luis de Victoria:  Tenebrae Responsories and readings
Solemn Lenten Observance to mark the coming of Easter

21 June, at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Christchurch
As part of the CBS Music “Cathedral Music Festival” Schola Cantorum presented a programme which included a selection of the Tenebrae Responsories written by Tomas Luis de Victoria in the 16th century and some lighter pieces by Gilbert and Sullivan.

19 July CBS Wednesday Lunch time concert at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral


27 July, St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral: Wednesdays at One

St Marys Concert 2016

19 November, St Patrick’s Basilica, Oamaru: Motets, Plain Chant and Victorian Songs

Schola at Basilica 19 Nov 2016


15 November, St Patrick’s Basilica Oamaru: Plain Chant, Motets and Victorian Songs


16 November, St Patrick’s Basilica, Oamaru: Sacred Songs from Medieval Chants to Slave Spirituals

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