London’s most versatile choir

Welcome to the home of London's most versatile choir.

We have a packed spring schedule which includes our long-anticipated performance of Bach's 'B Minor Mass' at Southwark Cathedral (postponed from March 2020), a 'come and sing' day looking at Handel's 'Coronation Anthems' in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II, and three performances at the Royal Albert Hall for Raymond Gubbay's 'Classical Spectacular'.

Our term begins on Tuesday 11th January with an open rehearsal for any prospective members. As well as warming up our voices after the festive break, we'll be enjoying a relaxed sing-through of the B Minor Mass. To register your interest, please send your name, voice part and telephone number to Angela at joinus@londonchorus.org.uk

Our Covid-19 response: We expect our members to be fully vaccinated, to take lateral flow tests on rehearsal and concert days, and to wear masks in our venues when not singing; we ask our guest singers to take the same precautions so that we can stay safe whilst making music together.

Hear more about our plans for the 2021-2022 season from Musical Director Ronald Corp in this short film (produced just before our reunion rehearsal last September):-

So if you're thinking about getting involved with some fun but challenging music, why not come and join us for a rehearsal? As Ron says, "How can you resist?!"

Our next concert

  1. Jul 07

    Rossini ‘Petite Messe Solennelle’ with Nettle and Markham

    Our 2022 summer concert at St Martin-in-the-Fields features piano duo Nettle and Markham on their Pleyel double piano! As well as performing the Rossini 'Petite Messe Solennelle' with us and our four soloists, Nettle and Markham will also play Ravel's 'Introduction and Allegro' for two pianos.

    Thursday 7th July
    7.30pm
    St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, WC2N

    Conductor - Ronald Corp
    Soprano - Susanna Gaspar
    Mezzo soprano - Christie Cook
    Tenor - Konu Kim
    Organ - Edward Batting