London's most versatile choir
Since 1903, we've been bringing amateur singers together to perform a challenging and varied repertoire.
Performing at the highest level under the baton of Ronald Corp OBE
Singing with The London Chorus provides an unparalleled opportunity for amateurs to work with the most prestigious orchestras, conductors and soloists in the world. We regularly perform at the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, Royal Festival Hall and St John’s Smith Square, and have made appearances at Twickenham, Lord’s Cricket Ground and on BBC Songs of Praise and the X-Factor!
Hear us sing
Thu 14 December 2023
Join us for an evening of festive music and words in support of The Separated Child Foundation, a charity which offers emotional, social, financial and physical support to separated children and young people in Britain. Download the concert flyer
St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate
Thu 7 March 2024
Hymnus paradisi was composed under heart-breaking circumstances following the death of the composer’s son, Michael, aged nine. Throughout this deeply moving work, in which the human tragedy of a boy’s death and a father’s grief are enshrined, Howells’ command of choral and orchestral polyphony is masterly.
St James’s, Piccadilly
Sun 28 April 2024
The London Choral Society was formed in 1903 for the London premiere of Elgar’s ‘The Dream of Gerontius’. As the choir approached its centenary year it changed its name to The London Chorus and celebrated with a performance of ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ at the Royal Festival Hall. Now the work returns to help the choir celebrate its 120th anniversary season.
Support The London Chorus
Become part of a 120-year tradition of choral singing. Friends of The London Chorus enjoy benefits including discounted tickets, opportunities to meet soloists and the conductor, social events, and much more.