University College London Chamber Choir


The University College London Chamber Choir is part of UCLU Music Society, the student music making body of University College London. The society also includes a large chorus, a symphony orchestra and University College Opera, Britain’s most high profile student opera company, which celebrated its 60th Anniversary with a highly acclaimed production of Weber’s Die Drei Pintos, followed by the first staging since the eighteenth century of Rameau’s Acante et Cephise.

The Chamber Choir consists of some of the most experienced ensemble singers in the student community and sings a repertoire ranging from programmes of Vivaldi, Pergolesi, and Charpentier to folk music and contemporary repertoire. Notable recent performances include Mozart’s Requiem with the London Mozart Players, performances of Handel’s Messiah in aid of University College Opera, featured performances in the ITV series William and Mary, and a widely admired production of Rousseau’s Le Devin du village as part of the international Rousseau conference held at UCL in 2018.