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.
Handel's Messiah - 28 November, St John's Smith Square
On Thursday, 28 November, the Choir will be singing Handel's Messiah at St John's Smith Square, accompanied by the London Baroque Sinfonia. The soloists will be Soraya Mafi (soprano), Anna Harvey (mezzo-soprano), Nick Pritchard (tenor) and Edward Grint (bass-baritone).
Join Whitehall Choir
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If you think you might be interested in joining Whitehall Choir, come to a rehearsal at the beginning of term, normally in January, April or September. Next term starts on Tuesday, 7 January. Rehearsals run from 6.30-9pm, and it's always a good idea to arrive early to get your music and find the best place to sit. If you let us know you are planning to come (please email firstname.lastname@example.org), we will be sure to have music ready for you to borrow. We hope to see you and look forward to welcoming new members!
The choir’s carol concert this year will be on Tuesday, 17th December at St Peters’ Eaton Square.
As well as well-known carols like the Holy and the Ivy, Away in a Manger and the twelve days of Christmas, we will be performing carols by James Macmillan, Becky McGlade and Cheryl Frances Hoad. We’ll also be featuring two seasonal movements of the Rachmaninov Vespers which you will be able to hear us perform in its entirety in March. As ever there will be seasonal readings and an opportunity for the audience to sing favourite carols. Afterwards, there will be complimentary seasonal refreshments.