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Our Next Concert

Saturday 27th April 2024, 7pm

St Nicholas' Church, 67 Church Street, Harwich, CO12 3DR

50 Years of Song

Special guests: Harwich Sing Tendring Voices

London Oriana Choir pays a special visit to Harwich Town for a programme that brings together the very best of 50 years of concert repertoire.  Join us as we celebrate with works ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary writers, including an anniversary commission from choir patron Cecilia McDowall.

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Future performances

Saturday 18th May 2024, 1pm
Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer, 24 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE

 

Limitless
London Oriana Choir returns to Exmouth Market and the eclectic setting of Our Most Holy Redeemer in Clerkenwell for a programme devoted to the limitless possibilities of choral ensembles.  With music stretching genres, centuries and cultures, London Oriana Choir offers a rousing programme of music from Haiti, India, Brazil, France, South Africa and many other countries.

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Friday 24th - Sunday 26th May 2024

Tour to Paris

Concerts (free entry): 

Friday 24th, 8pm: Eglise St Philippe du Roule, 9 Rue de Courcelles, 75008 Paris

Saturday 25th, 5.15pm:  Eglise St Louis - en - L'Ile, 19 Rue St Louis-en-L'Ile, 75004 Paris

Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2pm - 5.30pm

Alumni + Choir Choral Workshop with The Gesualdo Six, London

London Oriana Choir alumni who have not received a mailing from us can find out more about this event by emailing us.

Thursday 4th July 2024, 7.30pm
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN

 

To the Waters and the Wild

Special guests: The Gesualdo Six

Multi-award winning The Gesualdo Six join London Oriana Choir in their final 50th anniversary celebrations for a concert heralding the future, featuring a collection of bold and beautiful choral
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ncluding Eric Whitacre's seminal multi-choir work, The Stolen Child, as its centrepiece.

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2024/25 SEASON

 

Friday 18th October 2024, 7.30pm
St Paul's Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED

 

Take Flight

Join London Oriana Choir for music devoted to the skies amidst the stunning setting of St Paul’s Covent Garden, including a performance of Cecilia McDowall’s ‘Night Flight’ with award-winning cellist Gabriella Swallow.

Friday 20th December 2024, 7.30pm
Saturday 21st December 2024, 7.30pm

St James's Church, Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL

 

Candlelight Carols

Join London Oriana Choir for their critically acclaimed Christmas performances in their festive home of St James’s Piccadilly for a host of choral favourites, and audience carols, including music from Sir David Willcocks, Cecilia McDowall, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Joanna Forbes l’Estrange, John Rutter and Eric Whitacre.

Saturday 18th January 2025, 1.30pm-7pm
St John's Church Waterloo, London SE1 8TY

 

Come and Sing Purcell's Dido and Aeneas

Join choir members and soloists to rehearse and perform Purcell's masterpiece, accompanied by Fran Hills (piano) and The Creation Quartet.

Saturday 22nd March 2025, 7.30pm
Holy Sepulchre London, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DQ

 

JS Bach - B Minor Mass

Meridian Sinfonia

Join London Oriana Choir for a performance of JS Bach's great choral masterpiece. 

 

CD recordings

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**NEW ALBUM - RELEASED 15 MARCH 2024**

Her Voice

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, London Oriana Choir presents an album of recordings of nine a capella commissions written for the Choir’s ground-breaking five15 initiative promoting women composers, with works by composers-in-residence Cheryl Frances Hoad, Rebecca Dale, Jessica Curry, Anna Disley-Simpson and Hannah Kendall.  Grant supported by the Vaughan Williams Foundation.

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The Lady Oriana

Celebrating the launch of its innovative five15 project to promote women composers, London’s most exciting choir presents a selection of choral masterpieces from across the ages ranging from John Wilbye’s late 16th century madrigal The Lady Oriana in honour of Queen Elizabeth I to O nata lux, a composition by British Composer Award-winning contemporary composer Kerry Andrew. 

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Classic Quadrophenia

The London Oriana Choir joins the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Alfie Boe, Billy Idol, Phil Daniels and Pete Townshend in an exciting new orchestration of his classic rock opera by Rachel Fuller and Martin Batchelar, conducted by Robert Ziegler.  CD recording, and DVD/Blu-Ray of the world première performance at the Royal Albert Hall in July 2015.

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Nativitie

Fresh, exciting arrangements of all your Christmas favourites plus a few pieces you wouldn't have heard before, including the world premiere recording of Kenneth Leighton's Nativitie (2013). 

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Armstrong Gibbs: Odysseus

The première recording of the choral masterpiece Odysseus by Cecil Armstrong Gibbs, by the London Oriana Choir and the BBC Concert Orchestra (2007).

If you like Vaughan Williams’s A Sea Symphony you will love this tuneful and evocative work. Featuring Susan Gritton and Mark Stone as soprano and baritone soloists, the work tells the familiar story of Odysseus's wanderings after the fall of Troy, and his return to Ithaca. The CD also includes Dyson’ Four Songs for Sailors.

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If Love Could Say God’s Name (DVD)

Recorded live at St Paul’s Cathedral, this hour-long programme is a celebration of peace. Beth Nielsen Chapman and the London Oriana Choir perform arrangements of Beth’s songs by David Drummond. 

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Walford Davies: Everyman

Premiered in 1904, in an age notable for such works as Elgar's The Dream of Gerontius, Everyman has had only two performances in a hundred years and has never previously been recorded.  This Dutton Digital recording was a Gramophone Magazine – Editor’s Choice.

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Stuff & Nonsense

Three world premiere recordings:

Richard Rodney Bennett: Nonsense Songs

John Gardner: Seven Songs

George MacIlwham: Tam O’Shanter

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In Dulci Jubilo

Music for Advent and Christmas, including Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols and 14 other tracks including the Coventry Carol, Gorecki’s Totus Tuus, Bruckner’s Ave Maria and Darke’s In the Bleak Midwinter.

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