London chamber choir Londinium

Londinium, directed by Andrew Griffiths, is one of London's most versatile chamber choirs, having a reputation for diverse, imaginative and eclectic programming across the centuries with an emphasis on unjustly neglected or rarely-performed works. The choir's critically acclaimed debut album of 20th-century British choral music, 'The Gluepot Connection', was released in March by SOMM Recordings.

Impressive accomplishment and no mean flair...
— Andrew Achenbach, Gramophone

Next Concert

Saturday 2nd February at 7.30pm, St James’s Sussex Gardens

Londinium draws together a fascinating selection of music exploring Time and its passing. Highlights include the American Irving Fine's virtuosic suite The Hour-Glass, rarely heard on this side of the Atlantic, and the world première of I saw eternity by the award-winning young composer Barnaby Martin, alongside works by such varied figures as Byrd, Chilcott, Ligeti, Pärt and Stanford. Find out more on our Events Page or click below for tickets!


MusicWeb International Recording of the Year

We are delighted to announce that our debut CD of 20th-century choral music, ‘The Gluepot Connection’, is a MusicWeb International Recording of the Year for 2018, one of only eight to receive two nominations.

Probably my favourite disc of the year. Such an interesting programme and a brilliant concept for a disc. Favourite works such as 'Mater Ora Filium' receive powerful performances with revelatory Lutyens in the mix as well.” (Nick Barnard)

"This is a wonderful collection of English music for voices, flawlessly performed by the Londinium chamber choir conducted by Andrew Griffiths.” (Ian Lace)

Find out about ‘The Gluepot Connection’ here.


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