Coming up

Public performances

Civil Service Rifles Memorial, London

  • Sunday 10 November, 10.45am – Act of Remembrance at the Civil Service Rifles Memorial – Somerset House
  • Saturday 23 November, 7.30pm – EFG London Jazz Festival – St John’s Smith Square, London
  • Sunday 1 December, 2pm & 4pm – Christmas music – Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Thursday 5 December, 7.00pm – Yuletide, Comfort & Joy – St Stephen’s, Rochester Row
  • Tuesday 17 December, 1.00pm – Carol Service – St Stephen’s, Rochester Row
  • Thursday 23 January, 1.05pm – Bach Weihnachts-Oratorium – St John’s Smith Square

Saturday 23 November, 7.30pm
EFG London Jazz Festival
also featuring The Swingles and
VoCollective Six-part A Capella Group

Tickets: £35, £25, £20, £15
available from the box office

VoCollective; The Civil Service Choir with Alexander Bone & The Chris Ingham Trio; The Swingles

Five Swinging Jazz Songs;Bob Chilcott: A Little Jazz Mass; Will Todd: Songs of Love, Amazing Grace (arr.)

Voices of Jazz brings together three remarkable ensembles. VoCollective, a young, contemporary a capella group, emerged from university with a soulful sound and vibrant energy, performing in the UK and in Carnegie Hall in New York and representing UK in competitions.

The Civil Service Choir – directed by Stephen Hall – no strangers to London music, make their London Jazz Festival debut with music by Chilcott & Todd accompanied by BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year Alexander Bone and the highly rated Chris Ingham Trio.

The Swingles have pushed the boundaries of vocal music for over 50 years. The seven young singers in today’s London-based group maintain the same innovative spirit as five-times Grammy winners and are recognised as masters of their craft. “One of the best close harmony groups in the world” – Gareth Malone