Now in its seventh year, the Voices of London Festival celebrates the extraordinary range of vocal diversity on offer in the capital and beyond. The Festival showcases ensembles of all shapes and sizes, from community choruses and youth groups to professional chamber choirs and operatic ensembles. Past festivals have featured artists including Tenebrae, The Gabrieli Consort, The Sixteen; 5 and 6 year-olds in their first performances; and everything in between.
Founded in 2013, the Festival exists to encourage choral singing for all ages and abilities, and to bring eclectic, high-quality choral and vocal music to new audiences in London. At the heart of Voices of London is the spirit of collaboration and artistic partnership.
In our first six years, we have provided a platform for over 2,500 singers, players, conductors, teachers and directors.
• to support and promote collaborative music-making
• to create a broad platform of high-quality performances across boundaries of genre and style
• to support emerging composers, musicians, artists and programmers
• to provide a professional central London platform for ensembles which might
otherwise only have access to local venues
• to offer a wide range of events appealing to a diverse audience
• to support concert attendance amongst young people by offering free Festival
passes to under-18s in full-time education
We are proud to place amateur and professional ensembles side-by-side within our programming, offering musicians of all backgrounds an opportunity to meet and collaborate.
With your help, we can do more. Find out about ways to support our mission to make choral music available to all, and how you can get involved.
Who we are
Voices of London is run by a team of conductors, arts administrators and volunteers, brought together by a shared love of choral music.