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Light from the Darkness

  • St Katharine Cree 86 Leadenhall Street London EC3A 3BP United Kingdom (map)

The City Consort of Voices present their programme based on light and darkness in a number of forms — dawn, daylight, star light, the light of hope provided by faith.

City Consort of Voices (CCoV) is a London-based chamber choir which performs diverse repertoire from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary close harmony regularly throughout the year. Membership is mainly drawn from the hugely successful EC4 Music, a choir and orchestra that is widely regarded as one of the leading large amateur groups in London.

With the aim of producing one of the best amateur chamber choirs in London, CCoV has very much the same raison d’être as its larger parent, tapping into the rich seam of non-professional musicians who live or work in and around the City of London. Our members have a great collective enthusiasm and pride in what CCoV has achieved to date.


William Byrd | Haec Dies
Edward Elgar | Lux Aeterna
William Henry Harris | Faire is the Heaven
Morten Lauridsen | O Nata Lux
James MacMillan | O Radiant Dawn
Camille Saint Saens | Calme des nuits
Arthur Sullivan | The Long Day Closes
John Tavener | Dum transisset Sabbatum
Michael Tippett | Dance Clarion Air
Eric Whitacre | Sleep
Charles Wood | Hail Gladdening Light
Tomás Luis de Victoria | Lux Aeterna from Requiem
Tim Crosley | High Flight
Eriks Esenvalds | Only in Sleep
Philip Moore | Morning Prayers from Three prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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City Consort of Voices
Tim Crosley
— Conductor

Tickets £23 (premium) £18 (unreserved) £5 (children) — call our box office on 07528 776625 or book online now!

Our premium tickets include a reserved seat (this differs per venue according to acoustic, but is usually 3–5 rows from the front, near the centre aisle), a programme, and a voucher for a drink which can be redeemed either before the concert or during the interval.

Earlier Event: March 23
Fauré and Duruflé Requiems
Later Event: March 29
As Time Goes By