1991/92 through 1994/95

Compiled by PCNSO member James Healey. All performances in St. John's, NL unless otherwise indicated.

October 28, 1994: Hibernia Pops Gala, at the Arts and Culture Centre, with the Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir. This programme was performed in the presence of His Excellency, the Right Honourable Ramon Hnatyshyn, Governor-General of Canada.
Anvil Chorus (Verdi), Toreador's Song (Bizet).
November 18, 1994: Requiem, op.48 (Faure), at the Arts and Culture Centre. With the MUN Festival Choir.
December 16-17, 1994: Messiah (Handel), at the Basilica.
February 4, 1995: Gloria (Poulenc), at the Anglican Cathedral.
March 31-April 1, 1995: Polovetzian Dances (Borodin), at the Arts and Culture Centre.
October 9, 1993: Mass in G (Schubert), at the Anglican Cathedral.
October 22, 1993: Hibernia Pops Gala, at the Arts and Culture Centre.
Hallelujah (Handel), Grand Finale from Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach).
December 10-11, 1993: Messiah (Handel), at the Basilica.
March 25-26, 1994: The Merry Widow (Lehar), at the Arts and Culture Centre. This performance was a concert version of the well-known operetta.
November 29, 1992: at the Anglican Cathedral with the MUN Festival and Chamber Choirs. This was the choir's first performance that did not involve the NSO or NSO Sinfonia.
Lord Thou Hast Been Our Refuge (Vaughan Williams), Christmas Carols (Once In Royal David's City, O Come All Ye Faithful, See Amid the Winter's Snow, Hark the Herald Angels Sing).
December 11-12, 1992: Messiah (Handel), at the Basilica. Televised nationally by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on December 23, 1992.
March 31, 1993: German Requiem (Brahms), at the Arts and Culture Centre. With the MUN Festival Choir.
December 4, 1991: "A Mozart Retrospective", at the Anglican Cathedral. This performance was dedicated to the memory of choir member Edward Penney.
Introitus, Kyrie, Dies Irae, Lacrimosa from Requiem (Mozart).
December 13-14, 1991: Messiah (Handel), at the Basilica.
December 15, 1991: Messiah (Handel), at Immaculate Conception Church, Harbour Grace.
March 24, 1992: St. Nicolas (Britten), at the Anglican Cathedral, with the NSO Treble Choir. The NSO Treble Choir, conducted by Susan Knight, would eventually become the Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir, and later on Shallaway.