Another great session

Monday saw our final PDtP before a summer break and it was pretty darn awesome, as may be seen from the live-tweeting by the social media wizards who were there:

(We also enjoyed a rare ‘after hours’ session for those who were able to carry on singing post 10pm.)

Thanks to all who came and made it such a great night of music-making.

That’s it for PDtP till September but those of you who are keen can still enjoy at least one more Counterpint in the Cafe session on July 12th. Booking has just gone live so go ahead and book already!









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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.

2 thoughts on “Another great session”

  1. Dear Kevin
    All best wishes for your summer break. I come to PdtP as often as I can and want to congratulate and thank you for making it happen. You make a big difference to our enjoyment of life. And you give some really great composers a chance to have their talent celebrated again. It’s the performance version of conservation/restoration. Exultate.


    1. Hi Mary. That’s incredibly kind of you to say. I’m very glad that you enjoy the sessions; it makes me realise that we’re on to a good thing with PDtP when I get feedback like this! I’m particularly pleased to hear that you like the composers that we feature. There’s such a rich abundance of relatively unexplored music from this period so I am confident that there’s enough interesting material to keep us going for years to come! Thanks again for your support and see you next season.


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