Past Performances

2019

16/21 December A December Song, St James' Piccadilly, London

29 November Even You Song, St James' Piccadilly, London

3 November Choral Icons, recital after Mass at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich

2 November Choral Icons, with Norwich Philharmonic Chorus and students from Norwich School, St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

30 June Radiate, Stationers' Hall, London

1 June Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor, St Paul's Church, Covent Garden, London

25-26 May Tour to Rome, Masses in St Peter's Basilica and Basilica San Clemente, joint concert with Coro dell'Aventino in San Clemente al Corso.

16 March Carmina Burana, St Clement Danes', London

26 January Come and Sing: Mozart Requiem, St Peter's Eaton Square, London

2018

15/19 December Comes the Light, St James' Piccadilly, London

11 November Remembrance Service, with the Choir of Corpus Christ College, Cambridge

10 November O Nata Lux, Queens' College Chapel, Cambridge

3 November Bach Magnificat and Smyth Mass in D, with Meridian Sinfonia, Southwark Cathedral

21 June The Sirens' Voice: Magnificent Women, Sammy Ofer Gallery, Cutty Sark, Greenwich

26-27 May Tour to Krakow - Solaris, Bazylika Mariacka and Corpus Christi Basilica , Krakow

17 March Hymns to the Mother of God, St Paul's Church, Covent Garden, London

21 January Come and Sing: Vivaldi Gloria, St John's Church Waterloo, London

2017

15/21 December In the Stillness, Holy Trinity Church Sloane Square and St James' Piccadilly, London

11/12 November We Remember, St Stephen's Church and SS Great Britain, Bristol

3 November We Remember, with London Mozart Players, Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square

5 July From the Depths, Sammy Ofer Gallery, Cutty Sark, Greenwich

27-28 May Tour to Malta - Songs of IlluminationSt Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Valletta (with the New Choral Singers of Malta directed by Mauro Farrugia) and the Chapel of Santa Marija ta' Bir Miftuh, Gudja

10 May Durufle Requiem and Songs of Illumination, with James Sherlock (organ), St Peter's Eaton Square, London

7 March Monteverdi Vespers of 1610, with the Meridian Sinfonia, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

2016

15/17 December What Child is This?  A Candlelit Choral Celebration,  St Peter's Eaton Square and St James' Piccadilly London

5/6 November Journeys, with Hampshire County Youth Choir at United Church Winchester, and in the Great Hall Winchester

29 October Journeys, St Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London

12/13 August Nomad Cinema, Pre-screening performances, Queen's House lawns, Greenwich

6 July Throne of Beauty: Phenomenal Women, Dry Berth at the Cutty Sark, Greenwich

24 June The Planets, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Robert Ziegler, Royal Albert Hall

28-29 May Tour to Saxony, Heilig-Kreuz Kirche Leipzig, Frauenkirche Dresden, Stadtkirche St Marien Konigstein

22 May  Where Two Seas Meet, with Euroopa Kultuuripealinna Segakoor (Mixed Choir of the European Capital of Culture), directed by Veronika Portsmuth, St Paul's Knightsbridge

14 April  Octet for The Goose of Cairo, with London Mozart Players conducted by David Parry, St John's Smith Square, London

15 March Rise Early Sun, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

12 February Belshazzar's Feast with Ealing Youth Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra and LCM Chorus, St Barnabas Church, Ealing

 

2015

17 December Candlelight Carol, St James' Piccadilly, London

15 November Augmented Beauty, with Glasgow University Chapel Choir, Memorial Chapel, University of Glasgow

14 November Augmented Beauty, with The Edinburgh Singers, St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh

4 November Augmented Beauty, St Peter's Eaton Square, London

5 July Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia, with Alfie Bowe, Billy Idol, Phil Daniels, RPO conducted by Robert Ziegler, Royal Albert Hall, London

23/24 May Lux Aurumque, Igreja de S. Catarina/de Sao Domingos, Mosterio dos Jeronimos, Lisbon 

15 May Interstellar, with Mary Bevan and the London Mozart Players, Holy Trinity Church, London

14 March A Mother's Pride, St Paul's Covent Garden, London

 

"People enjoyed a delightful, one-off combination of Plant’s soaring voice and the London Oriana Choir's soothing chants"
- Wall Street Journal