Nature, Sing to me

Music to Celebrate the Natural World 

7pm Tuesday 9 July 2024

St Vedast alias Foster
4 Foster Lane, London EC2V 6HH

Roth | Stargazer & Dawn chorus
Sharpe | Nature sing to me
Whitacre | Little birds
Chilcott | The same sunshine
Hindemith | Six chansons
McDowall | A fancy of folk songs
Di Lasso | Dis-moi, beau printemps
Banchieri | Contrappunto bestiale & Capricciate a 3 voci

City Chamber Choir aims to revive neglected choral works from past ages, to search out the best in 20th century composition, and to plot musical pathways for the 21st century.

Formed in 1987 and comprising singers of different ages and from many walks of life, we meet for rehearsals in a lovely Wren church a stone’s throw from The Monument. We perform concerts there and in many of the City of London’s other beautiful churches.

The choir is led by its hugely experienced founder, Stephen Jones, and is fortunate to have as its President, renowned composer Cecilia McDowall, and as Patron, Bob Chilcott. As well as commissioning and performing works by our President and Patron, we receive infusions of new music from our Composer in Residence Samuel Wilson and annually appointed up-and-coming ‘composers in association’. Our repertoire ranges far and wide, with a particular focus on 20th century British music.

We have a few vacancies in all voice parts. We’re a friendly bunch who rehearse on Tuesday evenings in the City of London. You can find out more about membership here…

If you’re a singer with reasonable sight-reading and would like to audition, we’d love to hear from you. Please email Helen Godwin.

Recent Graduates! Are you moving to London and want to continue singing but don’t know where to start?  Sing with us for one term at half price!

If you love singing confidently in a chamber sized group, enjoy interesting repertoire, have adept sight-reading, seek a haven of harmony, inclusivity and welcome, email  Helen Godwin.