We are delighted to return to St John’s Smith Square on December 9th for our annual celebration of Christmas. Don’t miss this “carol concert with bells on” (in the words of The Guardian), featuring settings by John Rutter, Vaughan Williams, John Gardner, David Willcocks, John Dankworth and many more. Enjoy both classics and new favourites, and plenty of audience participation. Click here for more information.
We are excited to announce that the internationally renowned tenor Daniel Norman will be the City of London Choir’s first Artist in Residence for the season 2017/18. Daniel has recently appeared in Billy Budd for Opera North, Die Meistersinger for Glyndebourne Festival, and Bach’s St Matthew Passion with the Dunedin Consort. He will be joining us on the stage for Haydn’s Creation Mass in October 2017 and Harmoniemesse and Mendelssohn’s Elijah in 2018 (details of all of which can be found on our concerts page). For more details about Daniel, please click here.
Join us on Saturday 23rd September 2017 for our our Mendelssohn Singing Day with Hilary Davan Wetton, Njabulo Madlala and Timothy End. We’ll be singing music by Mendelssohn, composers he influenced and those he was influenced by (including JS Bach, Bruckner and Sterndale Bennett) – purely for pleasure. You don’t need to be a member of the choir, so please do sign up: it promises to be a great day packed full of wonderful music.
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We look forward to seeing you!
We’ve got a busy beginning to the 2017-18 Season, starting with Haydn’s Creation Mass at Cadogan Hall. Click here for ticket information. In the following months Hilary Davan Wetton will be directing us in concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and St John’s Smith Square – all before we hang up our stockings in December.
We thoroughly enjoyed singing Deep Field – and other works by Eric Whitacre – at the Royal Albert Hall on 31st May with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by the composer.
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The fickle lure of fortune and wealth, and the pleasures and perils of drinking, gluttony, gambling and lust – all in an evening’s work. Join us for Carl Orff’s unforgettable Carmina Burana at the Royal Festival Hall on Friday 24th February. Hilary Davan Wetton conducts the CLC with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Trinity Boys’ Choir and London Philharmonic Choir.
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