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 Symphony Orchestra, both groups giving regular seasons at Trinity Church, North Finchley, including some joint concerts.
The choir consists of approximately thirty local singers of a calibre to provide its own soloists, interested in performing a wide range of music from the Middle Ages to the present day, including commissions and first performances. In 2014, the choir gave the world premieres of two works, one by Paul Patterson and another by Richard Bullen.
A recent highlight of FCC's concert season was the March 2020 performance of Bach's St John Passion with Linden Baroque to a large and appreciative audience at St James's Church, Piccadilly. FCC has also appeared twice at the Voices Now Choral Festival at the Roundhouse, including a live broadcast on BBC Radio 3's The Choir. Previous radio appearances include Classic FM and a Radio 3 broadcast that was selected for Pick of the Week on Radio 4. The choir has received three PRS Awards for Enterprise.
Our next performance:
Tuesday 27 July 2021, 8.30pm
Christ Church, 620 High Road, North Finchley, N12 0NU
(Please note: not our usual venue or time!)
A one-hour concert including music by
Mendelssohn, Brahms, Bruckner, Rheinberger, Holst, Cox, Patterson & Vaughan Williams
with a selection of lighter items
Finchley Chamber Choir
Conductor: David Lardi
Piano: John Winter
Entry £5, card payment only, at the door
We will be following the COVID-19 regulations in force on the day