12th October 2022 will mark 150 years since the birth of the great British composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams. The City of London Choir will be celebrating this anniversary throughout 2022 – at the Barbican, Cadogan Hall, St John’s Smith Square and beyond. News of all events coming to our Concerts page soon.
And we can’t wait to sing to live audiences this year. Come and join us for our much-loved Carols by Candlelight at St John’s Smith Square on Saturday 18th December – this year with TWO performances, at 5pm and 7.30pm. You can also find us at Cadogan Hall and at St George’s Hanover Square – visit our Concerts page to find out more, and hurry hurry while tickets are available!
A sparkling evening of romance, tragedy and high spirits: an international cast of soloists and the London Mozart Players perform a fabulous selection of music from the world’s most popular operas.
Heart-warming arias from La bohème, The Pearlfishers, Carmen, The Marriage of Figaro, Candide, Nabucco, La traviata and more, alongside rousing choruses from the City of London Choir, all under the baton of Benjamin Pope.
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Join us for our first live performance in 16 months! A family concert with jazz trio and baritone Njabulo Madlala – celebrating the lifting of restrictions and the return of live music. Shearing’s Songs and Sonnets of Shakespeare, Horovitz’s Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo, Over the Rainbow… and songs of sunshine and rain.
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Hot off the press, you can now find our new recordings of sublime unaccompanied English choral music on Spotify. We recorded five tracks between lockdowns and under socially distanced conditions, at the end of last Summer. Many thanks to Hilary Davan Wetton, Producer Andrew Walton and St Giles-without-Cripplegate for helping to make them happen.