On Thursday 8th December, The London Chorus – with their conductor Ronald Corp OBE – will be hosting an evening of festive music and words in support of The Separated Child Foundation. The concert will take place in the stunning setting of St Cyprian’s Church near Baker Street and will begin at 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm).
We’re delighted that Rouhangeze of Jazz FM’s Jazz Odyssey will be performing her song Ene Voyazer (The Traveller) at the concert.
“The song tells a story of a young girl leaving her home country to venture to another land far away from her family, far away from everything that is familiar or warm, and ahead of her new challenges and trials where faith, courage, and the forces of the universe are her only allies.”
This will be the choir’s first fundraising concert for The Separated Child Foundation. Please download the concert flyer for more information. Tickets (£15 or £10 for under-12s) are available from https://bit.ly/carol-concert-8th-December
About The London Chorus
Known as London’s most versatile choir, The London Chorus been practising and performing a challenging and varied repertoire and continually developing its tradition of excellence for over a century. The 120 members of the choir are amateur singers from all walks for life, but performances are at the highest professional level under the baton of composer and conductor Ronald Corp OBE. The London Chorus performs a huge variety of choral music, from established choral repertoire to recently commissioned pieces, alongside some of London’s best orchestras and soloists.
For more information, please contact Hannah Williams.