Collegium Musicum of London - with a regular membership of about 30 singers - is a chamber choir based in Clerkenwell, London. Focusing naturally on a capella repertoire, the choir also collaborates with some of the leading professional soloists and instrumentalists in the country. The choir's repertoire encompasses sacred music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods as well as music of the nineteenth century and the great secular works of the last 100 years.
Under 25? sing with the choir for just £10 per concert - special rate.
More about the choir...
CML tackles neglected Rachmaninov masterpiece
Collegium Musicum of London's autumn concert takes the choir to West London for a performance of Rachmaninov's Liturgy of St John Chrysostom. St John's church in Notting Hill is the setting for this haunting Russian masterpiece, which will take its place alongside alongside Bach's virtuosic Violin Partita in D minor, performed by Catherine Martin.
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CML's latest recordings
Arranged by Greg Morris
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CML's latest CD
The Third Rome
Recorded in March 2009 at St Mary Abchurch, London, the CD features music from the Russian sacred repertoire, including pieces by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Chesnokov and Glinka.
Available to download from iTunes.
Join the choir!
The choir is at present on the lookout for new singers - especialy altos and tenors. And there's a special deal for the under 25s - rather than the usual subscription rates, pay just £10 per concert to sing with the choir.
Click here for details of our straightforward audition process, or email the choir Fixer here.
Choir for hire
Anyone for tenors?
Collegium Musicum of London is also available for hire – either to give a concert as part of a festival, to provide one-off concert programmes, or to sing for functions.
Collegium Musicum of London performing the Voices of Vienna concert at St James's, Piccadilly in December, 2012.