The Whitehall Choir is one of London’s leading amateur choirs. It has a varied repertoire including challenging unaccompanied pieces as well as larger choral works.
Music to fill the soul, 22 March
On Friday, 22 March, the choir will be performing Frank Martin's Mass for Double Choir, marking 50 years since the Swiss composer's death.
Alongside it we will perform other music from Switzerland and Liechtenstein including Rheinberger’s much-loved Abendlied, as well as his Stabat Mater in G minor. Finally, we feature two short choral pieces by Swiss composers: Flowers by Caroline Charrière written in 2008, which is a setting of words by Emily Dickinson and Ivo Antognini’s Canticum Novum written in 2017.
The concert will take place at 7:30pm in St Peter's Church, Eaton Square, SW1W 9AL.
Join Whitehall Choir
Sing with one of London’s leading amateur choirs
The Whitehall Choir is always looking for talented singers. We meet during the academic year on Tuesdays, from 6.30 to 9pm, in the Parish Hall of St Peter’s Eaton Square, London SW1W 9AL. If you’d like to try us, come to the first or second rehearsal of term. Next term starts on Tuesday, 9 January, when we will start working on a programme including Frank Martin’s Mass.
The choir is friendly, ambitious and energetic – do contact us if you’d like to come along to try out a session, we’d love to meet you.