Finchley Chamber Choir, Conductor: David Lardi

Finchley Chamber Choir

Finchley Chamber Choir with conductor David Lardi
Photograph by Simon Weir -

Finchley Chamber Choir, recently described by Making Music as 'one of London's finest amateur classical choirs', was formed in 1973 and maintains close links with its sister organisation, Finchley Chamber Orchestra, both groups giving regular seasons at Trinity Church, North Finchley, including some joint concerts. It has a wide and varied repertoire of all styles and from all periods from the 13th century to the present day, including numerous commissions and first performances.

The choir consists of approximately thirty local singers of a calibre to provide its own soloists and has sung throughout London, including at the Royal Festival Hall and Roundhouse, as well as elsewhere in Britain, in Germany and in the Czech Republic. The choir has three times received an Award for Choral Enterprise from the Performing Rights Society and twice participated in the Adopt-a-Composer scheme, most recently in July 2011 when the premiere was recorded for radio broadcast by the BBC.

Following its successful 2011 appearance at the major four-day Voices Now Choral Festival at the Roundhouse, FCC returned there in 2012 to give two performances, one of which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3's The Choir.

Our next concert:

Saturday 10 May 2013 - 7.30pm
Trinity Church, North Finchley, N12 7NN

English Favourites

Britten - Hymn to St Cecilia
Vaughan Williams - Three Shakespeare Songs
Elgar - Go, song of mine
Patterson - New Work (private commission)
and songs by Holst, Parry and Stanford

Finchley Chamber Choir