Previous Engagements

Saturday 1st March - 8:00 pm, St. Martin in the Fields

Vivaldi Four Seasons and Gloria by Candlelight

The Choir of Royal Holloway
with the Brandenburg Baroque Soloists

Director - Rupert Gough

Friday 21st February - 8:30 pm, St. George's Bristol

Late Night Baltic Elegies

The Choir of Royal Holloway
with the Bristol Ensemble

Director - Rupert Gough

Wednesday 11th December - 7.30pm, St. George's, Bristol

Handel Messiah

The Choir of Royal Holloway
with the Bristol Ensemble

Rupert Gough - Director

Monday 9th December - 7.30pm, St. John's, Smith Square, London

A Christmas Concert in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) 

Choir of Royal Holloway
with Orchestra Nova

George Vass - Conductor

Saturday 23rd November - 6pm, Windsor Auditorium, Royal Holloway

Annual St. Cecilia Concert and Feast

Handel Messiah

The Choir of Royal Holloway
with the Bristol Ensemble

Rupert Gough - Director

 

Tuesday 12th November - 7.30pm, St. Martin in the Fields

Fauré Requiem
Pärt Berliner Mass

The Choir of Royal Holloway

Rupert Gough - Director

Friday 20th September - 8.30pm, St. George's, Bristol

Pärt Berliner Mass
Kõrvits Kreek’s notebook

The Choir of Royal Holloway
with the Bristol Ensemble

Rupert Gough - Director

 

Saturday 15th June - 7.30pm, Cadogan Hall, London
The King's Singers: Lullaby of Birdland with The Choir of Royal Holloway

The Choir of Royal Holloway will perform two pieces in this concert celebrating two legendary musicians and highly respected composers, Richard Rodney Bennett and George Shearing.


 

Thursday 14th March - 9.30pm, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Allegri – Miserere and music by Victoria and Lobo

The Choir of Royal Holloway 
with the Brandenburg Sinfonia
Rupert Gough - Director

Wednesday 27th February - 7.45pm, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Murillo and the Music of his Time

The Choir of Royal Holloway 
Rupert Gough - Director

Saturday 16th February - 7.00pm, Windsor Building Auditorium, Royal Holloway

The Three Sopranos Valentine Concert
Dame Felicity Lott, Susan Bullock and Sarah Fox
accompanied by Malcom Martineau
The Choir of Royal Holloway - directed by Rupert Gough
Our three distinguished alumnae together with the Choir of Royal Holloway will perform a programmed which includes Valentine themed popular favourites.


 

 

Friday 8th February - 6.30pm, National Portrait Gallery, London
Byrd to the Beatles
Holloway Novus
Five Choral Scholars perform an A Cappella programme

 

 

Thursday 7th February - 7.30pm, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Mozart - Requiem

The Choir of Royal Holloway 
with the Brandenburg Sinfonia 
Rupert Gough
 - Director

 

Friday 1st February 2013 - 7.30pm, St. John’s, Smith Square, London
English Exiles

The Choir of Royal Holloway 
with the English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble 
Rupert Gough
 - Director
An exploration of the music of Bull, Dering and Philips and official launch of the Choir’s latest CD recording

 

 

Tuesday 25th September - 1.05pm, Bishopsgate Institute Great Hall, London
City Music Society

The Choir of Royal Holloway
Rupert Gough
- Director

Music by Byrd, Dering, Philips, Dubra, Miškinis and Pärt.


Saturday 22nd September - 7.30pm, St James, Kingston in Purbeck, Dorset
A Musical Journey around Europe

The Choir of Royal Holloway
Rupert Gough
- Director

A feast of familiar choral favourites by Bach, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Tallis and others, alongside beautiful new discoveries from the Baltic States.

Admission: Free with retiring collection
Interval refreshments

Download concert poster here

Wednesday 20th June - 7.30pm, Shoreditch Church
Spitalfields Festival concert

The Choir of Royal Holloway with Britten Sinfonia
Rupert Gough
- Director

Miškinis Time is Endless
Maskats Lacrimosa
Prayer to the Night (Luugums naktij)
Miškinis
Dum medium silentium
Dubra Oculus non vidit
Plakidis Fatamorgana UK premiere
Pärt Bogoróditse Djévo
Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten
Kõrvits Kreek’s Notebook UK premiere

The Britten Sinfonia join The Choir of Royal Holloway in an event exploring the rich sound worlds of the Baltic States, with music rooted in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonian culture alongside the UK premiere of Korvits’s Kreek’s Notebook.

 

Sat 26th May - 8.00pm, St Mary's Church, Richmond
Swaledale Festival concert

The Choir of Royal Holloway with Acoustic Triangle.
Rupert Gough - Director
Tim Garland - Bass clarinet & soprano saxophone
Gwilym Simcock - Piano
Malcolm Creese - Double bass

The Choir of Royal Holloway with Acoustic Triangle in a fusion of traditional choral sounds and contemporary jazz. Programme includes a world première by Festival Artist in Residence, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett.


 

St. George's, BristolSat 5th May, 7.30pm - St. George's, Bristol
The Choir of Royal Holloway with Acoustic Triangle in a fusion of traditional choral sounds and contemporary jazz.


 

St. John's, Smith Square, LondonSat 17th Mar, 7.30pm - St. John's, Smith Square, London
UK Première of Arturs Maskats Lacrimosa written in response to the Estonian ferry disaster of 1994 with the Royal Holloway Symphony Orchestra.

Choral Ikons
Wed 22nd Feb, 7.30pm - Royal Holloway Chapel

The Royal Holloway Chapel Choir and Chorus combine to perform GĂłrecki's St Adalbert Cantata 'Salve, sidus Polonorum' alongside works by John Tavener and Arvo Pärt.

Choral IkonsChoral Ikons
Sat 4th Feb, 7.30pm – St. John's Waterloo, London

An A Cappella programme of music by Tavener, Pärt, GĂłrecki and new Baltic discoveries.
Part of the Brandenburg Spring Choral Festival

St Martin-in-the-Fields

Late night BachBach by Candlight
Thu 26th Jan, 9.30pm - St, Martin-in-the-Fields, London

Bach's choral motets interspersed with movements from the unaccompanied 'cello suites.
Part of the Brandenburg Spring Choral Festival

St Martin-in-the-Fields

A Christmas Cracker - The NADFAS Christmas ConcertA Christmas Cracker - The NADFAS Christmas Concert
Fri 9th Dec, 3pm - St, Martin-in-the-Fields, London

A popular selection of carols performed with the Brandenburg Sinfonia.

St Martin-in-the-Fields

Latest News

Applications for the academic year 2017/18 have now closed.

New CD release

Watch a video sample of the Choir's latest CD recording of English Romantic Madrigals here.

 

Upcoming Events

From the 19th to the 31st of July, the Chapel Choir will be touring France. Please see the diary page for more details and to discover more upcoming performances.