It was standing room only at Sunday night’s performance of Rod Paton’s Jazzmass. It was a fantastic evening, with the professional jazz musicians and children from Froxfield School making it an even more memorable experience for the choir and audience. Images from the evening to follow.
Appreciative messages have been pouring in: ‘A memorable and inspiring evening…’
‘Froxfield Choir continues to push new boundaries, delivering a magical and inspirational evening of truly uplifting music!’
‘It was absolutely AMAZING! Congratulations to you all – not least for having made the decision to perform it…’
‘I had no idea what to expect but was just blown away by a truly joyous musical experience…’
We love getting feedback from our concerts – thank you, and please keep them coming!

Next term starts on Thursday 7th September. The autumn concert is Haydn’s Kleine Orgelmesse at St Peter’s High Cross, Saturday 18th November, 7.30pm.

froxfield choir ascension jazz poster:Layout 3The recent rehearsals with Michael and composer Rod Paton have been inspiring and highly energised, giving us a taste of what it will sound like when we’re joined by some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians this Sunday. They include Julian Nicholas on soprano sax, and Tony Woods on alto sax, as well as soprano Nette Robinson.

Our thanks for the support we’ve received from many businesses in the local community, in particular SRE Sustainability and Renewable Energy Consultancy and The Hub @ Froxfield,, a brand new centre for local businesses to get connected.

Tickets available from One Tree Books, Petersfield, in person or via or on the door.