Apollo5's repertoire ranges from classical, folk, jazz, pop, to Christmas a cappella, which they perform on the concert platform, at festivals, private parties and corporate events.


O Radiant dawn

From sacred music to pastoral, folk and spiritual repertoire, the group explores the human journey through birth, love, struggle, the end of life and reflection.

Includes works by composers such as Byrd, Pérotin, Monteverdi, MacMillan, Schumann and Finzi. The programme also features arrangements written especially for Apollo5 and new commissions from contemporary composers such as Alexander Levine and Fraser Wilson.


With A Song In My Heart

Apollo5 brings to life this mixed programme of sacred choral music, spirituals, traditional melodies, jazz standards and pop songs with versatility and charm. The five charismatic singers take you on a musical journey exploring music from the British Isles and beyond. 

Includes music by Monteverdi, Purcell, Schumann, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Edward Grieg, Alexander Levine, Steven Sondheim, Bob Dylan, Édith Piaf’s “La Vie en Rose”,  George Gershwin’s “Summertine”, and many more...


Let It Snow! 

Join Apollo5 for a Christmas concert of traditional carols and festive hits.

Includes “Ding Dong Merrily on High”, “Gabriel’s Message”, “The Truth From Above”, “The Christmas Song”, “The Wexford Carol”, “Noël Nouvelet”, and “Jingle Bells”, “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas”, “Deck The Hall”, “The Christmas Song”, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “Santa Baby”.



A programme of up-tempo swing and classic, soulful melodies by Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Bobby McFerrin, Ben. E. King and Marvin Gaye. 

Includes “Java Jive” by Ben Oakland, “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” by George Gershwin, “Lean on Me” by Bill Withers, “Walking on Sunshine” by Kimberley Rew, “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin, “Let it Be” by Lennon & McCartney, “Come Sunday” by Duke Ellington and many more...

  • Apollo5 were a delight! Tight harmonies and excellent arrangements make this an aural treat!
    The Lounge, New York City
  • They gave a concert which can only be described as a tour-de-force. A highlight of the evening was Poulenc’s ‘Salve Regina’. The singers demonstrated both their own and the composer’s skill in a piece of breath-taking harmonic complexity, leaving the audience in wrapt silence by the beauty and tone of what they had heard.
    Penrith Music Club, Professional Concert Series


A collaboration with Paul Phoenix