August 2012                    Bursary Scheme Showcase Concert, Mosaic Rooms, Earls Court


September 2011              ‘When Doves Cry’ with Aurora Orchestra at LSO St Luke’s


November 2009               Remembrance Day Concert at St. Paul’s Cathedral


2007-2009                       Concerts at Cadogan Hall conducted by John Rutter & Colin Davis


2006 & 2007                    John Rutter / RPO Christmas Concerts


October 2008                   ‘Palestine Aloud’ Benefit Concert


September 2007               UN International Day of Peace at the Imperial War Museum


July 2007                         Benefit Concert for Medical Aid for Palestine


June 2007                        British Library ‘Sacred’ Exhibition launch concert


March 2006                      Choir of London Bursary Scheme launch concerts


2005-2007                       Jewish Music Project


December 2004               Choir of London launch concert, Christchurch Spitalfields

The Choir of London combines its charitable function with the very highest standards of musical performance, and has quickly established a reputation for excellence. Through collaborations with innovative artists and ensembles, including Richard Tognetti (Artistic Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra), actor Samuel West and the exciting young British ensemble Aurora Orchestra, the Choir constantly seeks to explore new choral repertoire, and show better-known works in a new light.


Proceeds from the Choir of London’s UK performances go towards the Choir’s charitable projects, including tours to the Palestinian Territories and a Bursary Scheme for young Palestinian musicians.


You can read more about the Choir of London’s past performances in the UK, and see programme notes for the concerts, by clicking on the links above.

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