Londinium

Directed by Andrew Griffiths, Londinium is one of London's most versatile chamber choirs, particularly noted for its vibrant performances of unusual a cappella repertoire. Founded in 2005, it has established a strong reputation for diverse, imaginative and eclectic programming, often bringing together works written many centuries apart to thrilling effect. Its concerts have won consistent praise from critics; Robert Hugill described Londinium's recent performance of Benjamin Britten's virtuosic A.M.D.G. as 'a tour de force... presented with a confidence, firmness and vividness which was altogether admirable' (planethugill.com).


Type
Vocal

Sub-type
Chamber Choir

Size
31 - 60 members

Repertoire
Main: Classical
Other: Classical, Modern/contemporary classical, Early music
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