Antiphony's repertoire is constantly expanding,
but here are the programmes from a couple of their concerts to give you an idea of what they do:

JAZZ, BALLADS, FOLK, FUN & LAUGHTER concert for Christian Aid,
St Michael & All Angels Church, Marden, May 2019

Ain't Misbehaving (Razaf/Waller)
Anything Goes (Porter)
Blue Moon (Rodgers/Hart)
Chattanooga Choo Choo (Warren/Gordon)
Fugue VII (J S Bach)
Georgia on my Mind (Gorrell/Carmichael)
Goodnight, Sweetheart (Carter/Hudson)
Hopping down in Kent (Trad)
I Got Rhythm (Gershwin/Gershwin)
Jabula Jesu (Zulu folksong)
Java Jive (Drake/Oakland)
The Jovial Man of Kent (Trad)
The Last Thing on my Mind (Paxton)
Let's Do It (Porter)
Linden Lea (Barnes/Vaughan Williams)
Make Your Own Kind of Music (Mann/Weil)
Man of Kent (Kenward)
My Lagan Love (Trad Irish)
Now is the Month of Maying (Morley)
Ein Prosit der Gemuetlichkeit (Trad German) c/w Es gibt nur einen Seppl (Bulak/Bulak)
The Rose (McBroom)
Run to you
Scarborough Fair (Trad)
Summertime (Gershwin)
Tequila Samba (Turner)



Make Your Own Kind of Music
Boar's Head Carol
Christ Child
Huron Carol
Gloucestershire Wassail
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
Nice work if you can get it
Mary, did you know?
Ubi sunt gaudia
We wish you a merry Christmas
Interspersed with audience carols, finishing with Auld Lang Syne



An evening at The Dairy, Tunbridge Wells, March 2020

Make Your Own Kind of Music
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
Hoppin' down in Kent
You make me feel so young
Nice work if you can get it
When I'm gone
On the sunny side of the street
Georgia on my mind
Tequila Samba
Goodnight, Sweetheart
With some audience participation: You are my sunshine, Daisy Belle, Tipperary, Pack up your troubles, I like the flowers, Knees up Mother Brown