CML at Temple Church for Easter St John Passion

CML at Temple Church for Easter St John Passion

An audience of over 450 attended CML’s St John Passion at Temple Church on April 11th – a collaboration with the Bar Choral Society and the Temple Players for Holy Week.

Outstanding contributions from all four soloists, together with fine instrumental playing and detailed, committed choral contributions made the concert an evening to remember. The event attracted the choir’s largest audience in decades.

‘The choir made a finely vigorous contribution to the piece, bringing out the dramatic emotions…Greg Morris and his performers gave us a finely satisfying account.’
– Planet Hugill music website

‘The choirs, soloists and chamber orchestra were all on top form and gave us a moving and sensitive performance. It was a delight to be there.’
– audience member

Choirs collaborate in Marian programme

Choirs collaborate in Marian programme

For its autumn outing this year, CML joined forces with the fEinklang Chamber Choir from Munich in two concerts of acappella choral music interpreting prayers to the Virgin Mary. The first, on October 1st, took place at St Sepulchre’s in the City of London. the second followed three weeks later  at the Erlöserkirchein Munich. The London… Continue Reading

Viennese masterpieces at St James’s, Piccadilly

Viennese masterpieces at St James’s, Piccadilly

Collegium Musicum of London’s burgeoning reputation was enhanced at St James’s in Piccadilly on Saturday December 3rd as the choir, alongside an impressive ensemble of soloists and period instrumentalists, were applauded to the rafters by a large and appreciative audience. Highlights of the evening included soprano soloist Augusta Hebbert‘s fine singing in Haydn’s Salve Regina, the band’s… Continue Reading

CML summer concert triumph in West End

CML summer concert triumph in West End

CML’s concert of 20th-century and contemporary music received a rapturous reception from the audience at St James’s in Piccadilly on Saturday, June 18th. The programme opened with a sensitive rendition of Britten’s Hymn to St Cecilia, and was followed by five short pieces by Jonathan Dove and Sally Beamish, performed by the excellent St Catharine’s College Cambridge… Continue Reading

CML revisits Brahms Requiem

CML revisits Brahms Requiem

On December 5 2015, CML performed a new interpretation of Brahms’s much-loved Ein Deutsches Requiem at St James’s, Piccadilly. With orchestral parts re-arranged by Iain Farrington for seven instruments, the concert presented a sensitive re-working of the Requiem but with choral and solo parts left untouched. Soloists Augusta Hebbert and Andrew Rupp joined the choir and an… Continue Reading

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