Welcome to Polyphony Down the Pub!

***Next Polyphony Down the Pub London: Monday November 13th***

***Next Counterpint at the Canbury: Tuesday November 14th***

***Next Polyphony Down the Pub Brighton: Sunday November 19th***

***Next Counterpint in the Cafe: Wednesday November 22nd***

***Next PDtP Sheffield, Manchester & Cardiff TBC***


Congratulations – you’ve found the home of

Polyphony Down the Pub, London’s Favourite Night of Renaissance Motets & Booze!™ 

&

Counterpint, London’s Other Favourite Night of Renaissance Motets & Booze!™

&

Polyphony Down the Pub Brighton, Brighton’s Favourite Night of Renaissance Motets & Booze!™ 

 as heard on BBC Radio 3’s The Choir:


If you are new to PDtP/Counterpint and want to find out more about the UK’s most exciting Renaissance-motets-in-a-pub events, check out our FAQs.

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Looking forward to seeing you at one of our sessions; in the meantime, remember the strictly enforced:

5 Rules of Polyphony Down the Pub

1. Arrive when you want to

2. Leave when you want to

3. Sing or don’t sing

4. Drink

5. Avoid parallel fifths & octaves

Cheers

Kevin

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K O'Neill

I am a classical music enthusiast and a lover of choral music in particular. I run the Polyphony Down the Pub social/singing night, probably the most thrilling singing-Renaissance-motets-in-the-backroom-of-a-pub experience you could ever hope to have.

4 thoughts on “Welcome to Polyphony Down the Pub!”

  1. Thanks, Kevin, for an excellent sing yesterday. Very enjoyable, and some good sounds as well. I hope your tape contains something usable.

    Hope to be there next time.

    Tony

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      1. As a new girl I also enjoyed it very much. I can’t manage 18th as I’ll be singing Lassus, Palestrina and Cardoso elsewhere, but I want to know when the next one is, and the next PDtP. I can’t see where they’re advetised.

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