The Renaissance Singers of London

The Renaissance Singers is London’s leading amateur chamber choir specialising in European sacred music of the 15th-17th centuries. We perform music by well-known great composers of the period including Josquin, Tallis, Byrd, Lassus, Palestrina and Victoria as well as giving rare airings to gems by lesser-known musicians.


We have a varied annual programme giving around five concerts a year, mainly in London, and undertake occasional overseas tours and exchange projects with foreign choirs.


The choir also hosts three workshops a year, open to all, where we explore Renaissance repertoire under expert direction.  Among our recent workshop leaders are John Milsom, Sally Dunkley, Philip Thorby and Bruno Turner.

 

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The Renaissance Singers is a registered charity number 1015930 and member of Making Music

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New recording

VIGILATE

The Renaissance Singers are thrilled and proud to announce the release of ‘Vigilate’, the culmination of our ‘Unearthing Treasures’ project funded by the BBC Performing Arts Fund ‘Choral Ambition’ scheme. 


Full details and online purchase here

Dates for your diary ...

Monday 6 October, 7-9.30pm St Sepulchure

Open Workshop with Andrew Carwood



Saturday 25th October 2014, 7.30pm

CONCERT

St George’s Bloomsbury

Guest conductor: Gawain Glenton



Saturday 20th December 2014, 7.30pm

CONCERT

St George’s Bloomsbury