A pleasing Magnificat

A pleasing Magnificat

Our concert on 23 May, featuring Bach’s Magnificat and Handel’s Zadok The Priest was a rip-roaring success. An audience of nearly 200 packed into St Sepulchre’s Church in the City of London – and as you can see from the faces of our singers afterwards, we were pretty pleased with ourselves! Continue Reading

CML does JSB proud with magnificent Magnificat

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… Continue Reading

CML MEETS BBC

CML MEETS BBC

CML Chair John Biggins was featured talking about the choir on BBC Radio Three’s The Choir, on Sunday, 19th April. Click here to listen to what he had to say. Continue Reading

Drive-time illumination

Drive-time illumination

The latest in CML’s yearly drive-time concerts is approaching. LUMINOSO will feature a capella music inspired by light. With a programme of short pieces ranging from Orlando di Lasso to George Harrison, LUMINOSO presents an ideal opportunity to re-acquaint yourself with London’s liveliest chamber choir, at its home in Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell. Continue Reading

CML impresses with Baroque programme at St James’s

CML impresses with Baroque programme at St James’s

Collegium Musicum of London’s concert on Saturday 29th November attracted a large and enthusiastic audience at St James’s in Piccadiilly. Nearly 200 people saw the choir perform works by Purcell, Handel and Bach, under the assured direction of conductor Greg Morris. Accomplished playing by specialist Baroque instrumentaists, led by Catherine Martin, was complemented by some… Continue Reading

Audience acclaim for CML’s Rachmaninov masterpiece

Audience acclaim for CML’s Rachmaninov masterpiece

Collegium Musicum of London’s autumn concert received a rapturous response from audience members at St John’s in Notting Hill as the choir delivered a polished performance of Rachmaninov’s neglected materpiece the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom. Here are some of the comments: ‘The singing was of a very high order. To sing so much unaccompanied music… Continue Reading

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