photo: Sheila Burnett

One of London's most versatile chamber choirs, Londinium is particularly noted for vibrant performances of a cappella repertoire. The choir has established a strong reputation for diverse, imaginative and eclectic programming from across the centuries, to thrilling effect. An emphasis on unjustly neglected or rarely-performed works is combined with a strong commitment to contemporary repertoire.

This whole collection is of a very high standard, the choice of pieces inspired, the singing articulate, voices disciplined and finely tuned to shape and line and sensitively coloured to the atmosphere and character... every song here is finely executed and enjoyable.
— Ian Lace, MusicWeb International, naming 'The Gluepot Connection' as a Recording of the Month



Friday 25th May at 7.30pm
St Sepulchre-without-Newgate

Inspired by Richard Rodney Bennett's classic Sea Change, a virtuoso evocation of the mystery and majesty of the ocean, Londinium voyages through a stunning selection of music connected with the sea, also including Mäntyjärvi's haunting Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae together with music by Wert, Campion, Brahms, Coleridge-Taylor, Parry, Grieg, Vaughan Williams, Holst, Gabriel Jackson and Howard Skempton. Find out more about the concert or click below to purchase tickets now!


Londinium's debut album of 20th-century British choral music, The Gluepot Connection, was released in March by SOMM Recordings.