Category: London

April 2017 | Cambridgeshire/London Tour

April Tour 2017

Old Royal Naval Chapel, Greenwich

We had a lovely few days away at the end of March/beginning of April 2017, singing at the Arthur Rank Hospice in Cambridge, and giving concerts and singing Evensong in churches in Cambridgeshire villages and St Stephen’s, Rochester Row, London. We were delighted to be joined by our very own Oliver Hancock, who directed the Sunday Sung Eucharist at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.

The concert programmes consisted of music and readings on themes of Transport and Travel; repertoire ranged from Guerrero and Gibbons through to John Rutter’s Heavenly Aeroplane and Mac Huff’s brilliant arrangement of the Chattanooga Choo Choo, accompanied by Louisa Denby.

St Stephen’s, Rochester Row

Andrew Watts and Charlotte Denby read extracts from the Bible and fictional works such as Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, David Copperfield, and I am David, as well as poetry by John Heath-Stubbs and Pablo Neruda.

It was very pleasant to receive this excellent review of our Hildersham concert:



September 2016 | Bach & the Baltics

Saturday 17th September, 2016
7.30pm, Church of the Holy Spirit, Narbonne Ave, Clapham, London

Conductor  Sarah Tenant-Flowers
Organ  Ian Tindale

Sarah Tenant-Flowers
Sarah Tenant-Flowers

We were very excited to have the opportunity to work with internationally-renowned conductor Sarah Tenant-Flowers, in a selection of music including the Bach motets and works by Baltic composers, in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. The programme included Dubra’s Ave Maria I, Esenvalds’ atmospheric Stars (complete with glass-playing singers!), the Four Estonian Lullabies by Veljo Tormis, and a number of Bach motets. Ian Tindale was the able soloist in Bach’s epic Toccata & Fugue in d (‘Dorian’) BWV538.

'Bach & the Baltics,' September 2016
‘Bach & the Baltics,’ September 2016


October 2012 | Vivaldi & Handel

St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico, London
with Chesterton Baroque

in aid of The Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Conductor Louisa Denby

Our contribution to the programme included:

Vivaldi – Magnificat RV610
Handel – Utrecht Te Deum