Bloomsbury Way
United Kingdom

Upcoming Events

LFCCM 2024

7:30pm, Saturday 18 May “The Hunt of the Unicorn”A selection of the medieval “unicorn” tapestries, portraying key moments in the life of Christ, are accompanied by contemporary sacred music from the Festival’s “Call for Scores” project in this depiction of the journey from Christmas to Easter.
10:30am, Sunday 19 May Choral EucharistMusic by Owain Park and Francis Melville

Past Events

LFCCM 2023

10:30am, Sunday 21 May Choral EucharistMusic by George Haynes

LFCCM 2022

10:30am, Sunday 8 May Sung MassMusic by Sonny Fielding and Ralph Vaughan Williams

LFCCM 2021

10:30am, Sunday 23 May Choral EucharistMusic by Kerensa Briggs and Peter Smith

LFCCM 2019

10:30am, Sunday 12 May EucharistMusic by Maxim Meshkvichev and David Ho-Yi Chan

LFCCM 2018

10:30am, Sunday 20 May Choral EucharistMusic by Alison Willis

LFCCM 2017

7:00pm, Saturday 13 May Pre-concert talk(Repertoire pending confirmation)
7:30pm, Saturday 13 May “Mors et Resurrexit”: The Sarum Consort with Kin CollectiveFour meditations on the life of Christ, with music by James MacMillan, Zoltán Kodály, Howard Skempton, Grace-Evangeline Mason, Gaetano Lorandi, Douglas Pew and Peter Foggitt
4:30pm, Sunday 14 May The Exon SingersAn afternoon recital of choral music by contemporary British composers, with music by Howard Skempton, Matthew Martin, David Briggs, David Goodenough, Francis Jackson, Toby Young, Joseph Phibbs, Gabriel Jackson and Gareth Treseder, performed by The Exon Singers

LFCCM 2015

10:30am, Sunday 10 May Choral EucharistMusic by Jill Jarman
8:00pm, Thursday 14 May Evening RecitalThe Choir of St George’s Bloomsbury present a diverse programme of works including the concert premiere of Jill Jarman’s St George’s Mass and William Byrd’s Mass for Four Voices

LFCCM 2013

1:15pm, Tuesday 14 May Lunchtime RecitalMusic by Thomas Tallis, William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, and Jill Jarman

LFCCM 2012

1:15pm, Monday 14 May Lunchtime RecitalPerformed by Consortium 5, ensemble-in-residence at St George’s Bloomsbury. Programme includes the world premiere of a new commission by Robert Fokkens for recorder quintet, mezzo-soprano, and baritone.