Founded in 1977 and consisting of some 40 members, Nonsuch Singers celebrated its 40th anniversary in March 2017. High-quality singing, innovative programmes and communicative performances are the hallmarks of the choir, which has gained a reputation for stylistic versatility in a cappella and accompanied works ranging from the Renaissance to the present day.
Revd Dr Sam Wells explores the story and the meaning behind the music of our religious heritage, with St Martin’s Voices (directed by Andrew Earis).
The Belmont Ensemble of London was founded by its Musical Director, Peter Dyson in 1991, winning instant critical acclaim. It is now one of the busiest and finest chamber orchestras in the capital.