WELCOME TO CONCORDIA VOICES
Concordia Voices is a professionally directed, amateur
chamber choir of approximately thirty voices. Its
repertoire spans over four centuries, from the Renaissance
to the present day, and includes a wide range of sacred
and secular music. The choir is based in Hampton Hill,
Middlesex, on the outskirts of London, and rehearses
James's Parish Church, an elegant Victorian church
with a fine acoustic. The choir performs in this church
and also elsewhere, both in the UK and abroad. Performances
include both concerts and church services and the
choir is always interested in finding new venues.
Further information about the choir and details of
past and future events can be found on this website.
If you would like to find out more about Concordia
Voices, please contact the secretary.
Experienced singers who are interested in joing the
choir should also contact the secretary.
If you have any comments about the website, please
contact the webmaster.
Registered Charity No 1112448
Light' - choral music by William Petter
In the last few years of his life William had
begun to compose, and shortly after his death his
professional musician friends recorded a CD of his
choral music in the Wren Chapel, Royal Chelsea Hospital.
The CD, 'Ablaze with Light' was launched on 30th March
this year and has recently been given a five-star
rated review by Stephen Pritchard in the Observer.
Proceeds from sales of the CD go to Sarcoma UK, the
cancer charity. The CD can be purchased from the Novum
website or from Amazon. Further details are available
on the website; www.williampetter.org.
Concordia man for
Neil Ferris, a former musical director of Concordia
Voices, has been appointed as the new Director of
the BBC Symphony Chorus. His first project will be
to prepare them for their annual appearance at the
First Night of the BBC Proms on Friday 14 July. Neil,
who studied at Royal Holloway, University of London,
and at the Royal College of Music, led Concordia from
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