Welcome to Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir. With a regular membership of about 30 singers – the ensemble is based in Clerkenwell, central London. Focusing naturally on a capella repertoire, the choir also collaborates with some of the leading professional soloists and instrumentalists in the country. The choir’s repertoire encompasses sacred music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods as well as music of the nineteenth century and the great secular works of the last 100 years.
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Collegium Musicum of London’s September concert is a partial reprise of last April’s LUMINOSO programme. The event, in aid of Paul’s Cancer Charity, takes place at Trinity United Reformed Church in Wimbledon.
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CML Chair John Biggins was featured talking about the choir on Radio Three’s The Choir, on Sunday, 19th April.
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CML does JSB proud with magnificent Magnificat
Collegium Musicum of London wowed a packed audience of nearly 200 at St Sepulchre’s in the City of London last Saturday (23rd May). The choir, brilliantly conducted by Greg Morris and supported by a superb band of baroque soloists, were complemented by the four outstanding soloists Amy Wood (soprano), Timothy Travers-Brown (counter-tenor) William Balkwill (tenor) and Jimmy Holliday (bass).
The concert was the last by the choir until September, although a recording session of English folk songs and a Patronal service at the church of Our Most Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell, beckon later in the summer.
The event also marked the end of a long association with veteran bass Roland Rosner (pictured left) who is leaving CML after many years’ loyal service. Bon voyage!