CML in triumphant collaboration with English Touring Opera

CML in triumphant collaboration with English Touring Opera

In autumn 2019, Collegium Musicum of London was thrilled to take part in English Touring Opera‘s semi-staged production of JS Bach’s monumental St Matthew Passion, at Temple Church in London. An ecstatic audience attended the event, which featured a children’s choir, authentic baroque instrumentalists and a host of exceptional soloists. The production is now touring the… Continue reading

Rotherhithe audience enjoys CML singers’ choice tunes

Rotherhithe audience enjoys CML singers’ choice tunes

CML returned to the charismatic Brunel Museum for its Favourite Things concert on 5 October. The programme included works specially chosen by the choir’s singers, and featured solo vocal and instrumental performances by members of the ensemble. The evening was hosted by CML MD Greg Morris, who also accompanied the choir on piano, while Matthew… Continue reading

Another full house for CML’s moving WW1 tribute

Another full house for CML’s moving WW1 tribute

Saturday 16th June saw another packed venue in central London as CML’s Pacem concert attracted considerable interest at the Swiss Church in Covent Garden. The centrepiece was Vaughan Williams’s impassioned plea for peace Dona nobis pacem, arranged by Greg Morris for chamber ensemble and piano. Soloists Augusta Hebbert and Michael Hickman, alongside actor Brendan Charleson,… Continue reading

Armada! concert attracts large crowd to St Bart’s, Smithfields

Armada! concert attracts large crowd to St Bart’s, Smithfields

The choir’s acappella concert of 16th-century English and Spanish music last Saturday at St Bart’s in Smithfield showed CML at its polished best – in front of a sell-out audience. Guitarist Moises Silva contributed hugely to an enjoyable evening in truly stunning surroundings. Watch out for the CD and digital download later in the year!  Audience… Continue reading

Bloomsbury Schubertiade

Bloomsbury Schubertiade

Last December’s concert of intimate choral music proved a resounding success at a packed St George’s, Bloomsbury. CML produced one of its most accomplished performances with works by Schubert, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Stanford and Vaughan Williams. Meanwhile, no-one present will forget the outstanding contribution of tenor James Way (pictured right), who was undoubtedly the star of… Continue reading

Time & Tide sell-out in Rotherhithe

Time & Tide sell-out in Rotherhithe

Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir ventured south of the river on October 7th to present an evening of music, poetry, prose and projections on a nautical and temporal theme. The spectacular Grand Entrance Hall at the Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe provided the setting for the sell-out event, which featured actors Lizzie Roper and Rufus… Continue reading