Seasonal praise for CML

Seasonal praise for CML

This December, apart from our own successful Christmas concert, at St Clement Danes in The Strand, the choir also performed once again at the Children and the Arts concert in Sloane Square, and then at the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home charity bash in Chelsea. Never ones to sing our own praises, we’d like to… Continue Reading

CML success at St Stephen’s

CML success at St Stephen’s

A year after CML’s triumphant St John Passion at the St Stephen’s Festival, the group revisited West London for Henry and George, a sparkling celebration of the choral works of Henry Purcell and Georg Friderik Handel. With accomplished performances all round, festival organiser Adrian Edwards was thrilled with the choir’s contribution, which closed the week-long event with a… Continue Reading

CML at Voices Now

CML at Voices Now

Collegium Musicum was invited to take part in the VOICES NOW Festival at The Roundhouse in June. The event, which celebrated ‘all things vocal’, included appearances by leading choirs and choral groups from around the country. Continue Reading

Fauré, Langlais in Greenwich

Fauré, Langlais in Greenwich

CML revisited one of its favourite haunts – St Alfege’s Church in historic Greenwich – for the choir’s autumn concert on Saturday, October 19th. Fauré’s famous Requiem was the curtain-raiser for a more challenging second half consisting of works by Langlais, Poulenc and Duruflé. A large and appreciative audience saw CML at the very top of its… Continue Reading

Serene CML soothes commuters

Serene CML soothes commuters

For its first concert of 2013, Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir returned to its home in Clerkenwell to create a haven of tranquil harmonies in a short programme of a capella choral favourites. Following last year’s success with a similar programme, the choir scored a palpable hit once again at the Church of Our… Continue Reading

CML celebrates the genius of the Chapel Royal

CML celebrates the genius of the Chapel Royal

For its autumn concert in 2011, Collegium Musicum of London ventured south of the river for a glittering performance of a capella choral works from the Tudor and Stuart periods. The splendid St Alfege’s Church in Greenwich, designed by Sir Nicholas Hawksmoor, provided the backdrop to this concert – a unique opportunity to sample the… Continue Reading