A London choir that doesn't just do baroque

The English Baroque Choir is one of the finest amateur choirs you will find in London.

We perform a wide range of repertoire, from the 15th century right through to the present day, in intelligent, well-structured concert programmes.

If you are looking for a choir to join, look at what we have to offer if you sing with us.

For general enquiries please contact us.

Our next concert:

The first part of the first word of Bach’s motet BWV 225 is pronounced ‘zing’. That’s all you need to know about this piece. In addition to ‘zing’ it has zest, zip, pep, and vim. It is a truly amazing piece of music, the most powerful stimulant known to mankind, and completely legal.

Vaughan Williams’s love affair with 16th century music is played out – or rather sung out – in his beautiful Mass in G minor.

Both these major works are scored for double choir, and the programme is completed by four Bach songs and two organ pieces.

Glorious music, fabulous acoustic – not to be missed!