The London Chorus
The London Chorus is London’s most versatile choir, practising and performing a challenging and varied repertoire and continually developing its tradition of excellence. Formerly known as The London Choral Society, the 120 members of the choir are amateur singers from all walks for life, but performances are at the highest professional level. Singing with The London Chorus provides an unparalleled opportunity for amateurs to work with the most prestigious orchestras, conductors and soloists in the world. They regularly perform at The Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, Royal Festival Hall and St John’s, Smith Square, in a wide variety of locations from the Rugby League Cup Finals to Beverley Minster to ITV for the X-Factor. The London Chorus was established in 1903 and has been performing in London and around the world for well over 100 years. It performed the first public concert of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius in London, and has had such eminent musical directors as Simon Rattle and Jane Glover.