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An all-you-can-eat musical buffet!

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In this month’s committee blog, James Dixon considers the prgoramme, puzzling over how on earth he could select just one event from our musical smorgasbord! Hi All, So this year we started by discussing the idea of a smaller festival in order to consolidate what we had achieved in the first two years. Whilst we […]

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Our 2016 Festival Patron: Judith Weir CBE

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We are delighted to announce that Master of the Queen’s Music, Judith Weir, has joined us as our Festival Patron . Judith is a longstanding supporter of the festival, and has this to say about Voices of London: “The Voices of London Festival is a remarkable achievement, representing every corner of the thriving British choral scene; friendly and […]

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Intern on the Inside: a work-experience perspective

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Libby Crawley is a choral scholar at Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge. Last year, she volunteered to assist the Festival Team, and we’re delighted (and more than a little relieved) that she’s brave enough to want to do so again! Here, she explains what she has gained from the experience: “Being a lover of choral music, bored out of […]

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Meet the Team II: Our man from the outback!

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So the Festival is only three months away. It feels like last year’s inaugural festival wasn’t that long ago. But so much planning and preparation has gone into this year’s festival already.  Little did I know that when I moved to the UK from Sydney that I would be working on an international choral festival […]

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Our Organist Extraordinaire

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It doesn’t seem two minutes since the performance of Jonathan Harvey’s Passion and Resurrection which closed last year’s inaugural Voices of London Festival. That concert was indicative of my experience of the whole festival: extraordinary, out-of-the-ordinary, incredibly varied in scope, ambitious, but most of all a roaring success. My involvement with the festival was very […]