Welcome to our chamber choir

Welcome to Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir. With a regular membership of about 35 singers, the ensemble is centrally based in one of the capital’s most elegant Christopher Wren churches, St James Garlickhythe, in the City of London. Focusing naturally on a cappella 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, the great secular works of the last 100 years, folksong and popular classics.

Are you looking to hire an accomplished vocal ensemble for your party, wedding or event? Click here for more details on how to hire the choir.

Do you want to join a fun, professionally minded chamber choir? CML is presently on the lookout for new altos. More details about how to join CML here.

‘Collegium Musicum of London…sang with great conviction and clarity.’
The Guardian, review of St John Passion, Hackney Empire, 8 March, 2020

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Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir is currently on the lookout for new altos, tenors and basses. More information about joining the choir here…


CML’s journey down England’s Lanes

A packed house at St James Garlickhythe on Thursday 9th May saw a polished performance by Collegium Musicum of London of English a cappella choral favourites. Highlights included tenor James Moriarty’s sparkling rendition of Paul McCartney’s When I’m Sixty-Four. The choir, under the expert direction of MD Greg Morris brought the house down when they served up a dazzling encore of the Spice Girls’ Wannabe – expertly arranged as an English madrigal.

Audience reaction

‘Very enjoyable evening. The choir were very professional, came across as loving what they do and were very connected to all the songs they sang.’

‘Loved it! Went with friends, one of whom sings in a choir and said how impressive they were. Part of the joy of it was the enjoyment so obvious on the faces of the choir.’

‘The audience paid rapt attention and applauded enthusiastically. A thoroughly enjoyable event.’

‘Another highly polished performance by this choir…a very enjoyable evening.’


CML’s Northern Lights dazzle Temple audience

March 9 saw Collegium Musicum of London return to Temple church for a concert of music by northern European composers. A large and appreciative audience was present as the choir gave a polished and inspired performance under the assured direction of its musical director Greg Morris.

‘What a beautiful way to discover some composers who I didn’t know, in a marvellous setting. The Temple Church is a little gem. The choice of musical pieces was exquisite and gave us a sense of serenity thanks to the talented musicians and Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir.’ 
– Lucia Hollis

‘Rarely performed music, beautifully executed in the unique and evocative Temple Church, thank you for the great experience.’

– Roberta Faccio

Donate to CML

You can now donate to your favourite chamber choir by clicking the button below. CML ticket prices are kept low through our members’ subscriptions – and our special low subs rate for the under-25s helps attract younger singers.

In January 2020, CML moved its base to St James Garlickhythe in the City – resulting in a huge increase in rehearsal hire costs.

Please help with a donation – no matter how small.

CML’s latest CD

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Recorded in 2018 at Temple church, the collection includes works by Byrd, Tallis, Victoria, Parsons and Guerrero, as well as organ interludes by Tomkins and Byrd, played by the choir’s MD Greg Morris.

With repertoire taken from Collegium’s highly successful Armada! concert in March that year, the choir’s CD O Quam Gloriosum is now available. You can buy it at all our concerts, or as a download from iTunes, Spotify or Amazon.

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CML Chamber Choir appears on BBC Radio 3’s Meet My Choir

Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir’s then Chair John Biggins was featured talking about the choir on Radio Three’s The Choir, on Sunday, 19th April.

Click here to listen to what he had to say.

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