Conductor: Dominic Ellis-Peckham
Chamber Choir of London is in demand throughout the UK and across the globe as a vibrant and innovative ensemble, bringing together the finest consort singers, performing a broad variety of repertoire. This ground-breaking choir is committed to world-class performances, recordings and collaborations with some of the industry’s leading musicians, festivals and artistic institutions.
Recent performances and collaborations include the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Diotima Quartet, Mark Padmore, Roger Vignoles and Sir Paul McCartney. The choir made their Aldeburgh Festival debut in a unique performance entitled ‘Schubert 1828’, performing alongside Fleur Barron.
After a string of critically acclaimed single releases, the choir received further accolade in 2019 with the world premier of Rachel Fuller’s Animal Requiem with Alfie Boe, reaching No.1 in the classical album charts and described by The Daily Telegraph as “soaring and profoundly moving”.
The choir’s release of Sir James MacMillan’s Kyrie, taken from his Missa Brevis was selected by Apple Music to be included among their essential recordings from the ‘Sacred Sounds’ collection.
Future engagements include the return of their ‘Do Not Go Gentle’ Remembrance Concerts in Dorchester Abbey and The Netherlands and planned performances in Malta and Berlin.
The choir heads to the studio for their first composer collaboration with Alexander Campkin to record his definitive choral collection True Light in late 2019.