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We will soon announce our 2014-2015 season.
Tentative dates and events for December 2014 are:

Dec 13 (Ocala) & Dec 14 (Tampa): Gregorian Chant: Mass for Advent III
Dec 20 (Brandon, FL): A Renaissance Christmas
Times and Admission prices TBD. Please check back soon.

FPM Chorus at Sacred Heart Welcome!  We are in the midst of our 16th concert season, and thanks to your support, we are once again presenting the finest music for chamber ensembles. Last April we completed our 15th season, one of our busiest ever. Then we went into the studio (three churches, actually) to record tracks for our first CD. The summer and fall were devoted to editing the tracks and designing the artwork. We have been working with Jeff Williams and his company, BluEarthArts to make a wonderful recording and a beautiful package. The CD is available now (order your copy), and includes a sample of all the things we do: a cappella choral works, Gregorian chant, and instrumental chamber music. The CD will be available at our concerts this season, as well as through this web site for a donation of $20. Click for a look at our 2013-2014 season.

(2010 Concert Photo by Sally Gurba)

The last couple of seasons, we have expanded our geographic boundaries, performing concerts in St. Augustine, Orlando, and Ocala, in addition to our Tampa Bay base. It is very exciting for us to be able to offer more concerts, in more cities around the state of Florida, and this is a trend we very much hope to continue next season and beyond. We appreciate your attendance and support, and look forward to seeing you throughout this season for more exciting concerts of vocal and instrumental chamber music. Please help us spread the word!

Here's a preview article by Michelle Bearden of our April 2013 concert, from the Tampa Tribune.

Florida Pro Musica is a member organization of Early Music America, the leading not-for-profit service organization dedicated to the advancement and support of the field of early music in North America. Our concert last season of baroque chamber music on period instruments was designated in honor of Early Music America's 25th Anniversary.

Sacred Heart Residency - Florida Pro Musica is happy to continue as ensemble in residence at Sacred Heart Church in downtown Tampa, and to play our part in celebrating Sacred Heart's 150th Anniversary.

Click here for directions to Sacred Heart.

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to Florida Pro Musica through PayPal's secure online system. Click on the Donate button at right and you will be taken to the PayPal site. Thanks for helping to keep the music alive!

Florida Pro Musica, Inc. is a Florida non-profit corporation designated a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization by the I.R.S. All contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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Larry KentOur concerts over the first 13 seasons have included some wonderful highlights, from large-scale works like Mozart's Requiem and Handel's Messiah to intimate offerings such as the complete Masses by William Byrd, baroque trio sonatas, madrigals in costume, and a whole spectrum of choral and instrumental programs. We have performed in Largo, Clearwater, Sun City Center, and Ocala, as well as in St. Petersburg and Tampa. Our main performance home since 2002 is Sacred Heart Catholic Church in downtown Tampa, where we performed the World Premiere of Brother John Paul Russo's Missa Pro Nova Aurora (Mass for a New Dawn). Click to read more about Russo's Mass. Photo by Sally Gurba.

The critics say:

Newspaper articles

Gregorian Chant performance a "holiday favorite." Preview article by John Fleming.

Florida Pro Musica's sound is fit for a sanctuary. A review by Marty Clear.

FPM Basses

Read the Tampa Tribune's Preview Article about our December 14 concert. The article also includes links to the WFLA-TV story and additional photos.

FPM's first Gregorian Chant concert was in 2003. Read John Fleming's review in the St. Petersburg Times of Gregorian Chant I: Mass for the 4th Sunday of Advent Review by John Fleming

Florida Pro Musica presents a concert of sacred a cappella pieces ranging from Palestrina to the full St. Pete Times article.

Left: The Florida Pro Musica Chorus performs at Sacred Heart Church in Tampa. 2008 Concert Photo by Sally Gurba.