Our History

Here you will find a selection of our past concert details, posters and old program’s from the last few years.

Christmas Concert – Saturday 14th December 2013

Our Christmas Concert took a different format this year. We decided to treat our listeners to Christmas Past and Present. All of the music and readings in the concert was written by British composers. We also invited a recorder ensemble from Stafford Grammar School.




Stafford Music Festival – Wednesday 22nd May 2013

Cantemus performed a mixture of sacred pieces and secular madrigals and part songs. The concert will include Mozart’s Laudate Dominum, Schubert Ave Maria, Faure’s Cantique de Jean-Racine, Elgar’s Spanish Serenade, Finzi’s My Spirit Sang All Day, Viadana’s Exsultate Justi, and Rutter’s Feel the Spirit.


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Saturday 15th December 2012 – Christmas Concert


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Saturday 13th October 2012 – Autumn Coffee Concert

Saturday 15th September 2012 – Spem in Alium

We held a Come and Sing Day in September 2012. The day ended in a performance of Spem in Alium by Thomas Talis.

Wednesday 10th May 2012 – Stafford Music Festival

Once again we took part in the Stafford Music Festival. We performed pieces by Monteverdi, Viadana, Purcell, Palestrina, Tallis and Gabrieli at St Chads Church.

Saturday 3rd March 2012 – Spring Concert



Wednesday 10th December 2011 – Christmas Concert


Wednesday 2nd November 2011 – Faure’s Requiem at St Mary’s Church

Saturday 16th July 2011 – Summer Concert


Saturday 19th March 2011 – Spring Concert

Saturday 11th December 2010


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