|Founded in 1966|
|OUR REPERTOIRE||PAST CONCERTS||FUTURE CONCERTS||PHOTOGRAPHS|
London Concord Singers have given a number of world, UK and London premieres of works by composers such as John Rutter, Andrzej Panufnik, Richard Rodney Bennett, John McCabe, Kenneth Leighton and Michael Ball, as well as pieces specially written for the choir.
The choir has also given performances of major contemporary pieces such as Alfred Schnittke’s Choral Concerto and Malcolm Williamson’s Requiem for a Tribe Brother. In its 40 year history the choir has performed all of the unaccompanied choral music of Francis Poulenc.Hear an excerpt from a recent concert here, Parry's My Soul there is a Country recorded live in July 2008.
There are photos from our tours here.
|Malcolm Cottle and London Concord Singers at St. Bartholomew the Great, Easter 2012|
Our concert on July 15th 2009 was reviewed by Seen and Heard and their review is here.
We make regular trips abroad to sing. In 2008 we sang in Verona and in previous years we have travelled to Barcelona, Strasburg, Tallinn (Estonia), Normandy, Bruges, Ghent, St. Andrews and the Crail Festival. In Summer 2003 we went to Rheims to sing in the music festival Les Flaneries Musicales d'Ete de Reims and had an audience of nearly 1300 at our concert in Rheims cathedral (see the picture below:-)
|The audience at our Rheims Cathedral concert, July 2003|
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