London Vocal Project

The London Vocal Project is one of the UK's leading contemporary vocal ensembles. Led by jazz composer and educator Pete Churchill, LVP is a vibrant community of performers.

Formed in 2008 from graduates of London conservatoires, the 24-strong choir comprises singers, instrumentalists, composers and music educators.

Our repertoire spans a huge breadth of genres, from jazz and popular music to gospel and groove.

In addition to performing our own arrangements and compositions at London's most famous venues, we have collaborated with some of the world's leading writers and performers, including Sir John Dankworth, Kenny Wheeler and Bobby McFerrin.

Passionate about music education, we have worked with various schools music services, leading workshops in composition and performance, culminating in major productions involving over 1,000 young musicians.

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606 Club, Chelsea

Sunday 2nd March, 1.30pm

LVP return to Chelsea's underground jazz club for our first gig of the year, presenting a wide variety of music old and new, including soul, jazz and gospel.

We'll be joined by Andres Ticino on percussion, with further instrumental guest spots from members of the choir.

Booking is highly recommended to ensure a ticket. The food is highly acclaimed, ideal for a Sunday lunch.

Music charge £8

606 website: book tickets

 

ArtsBeat: Everybody Sang

Saturday 15th March, 6pm

LVP continue their partnership with Merton Music Foundation by joining youth and community choirs from the borough of Merton.

MMF website

 

Ronnie Scotts

Sunday 1st June, 1pm

LVP return to Ronnie Scotts for a Sunday lunchtime concert.

We'll be premiering music from an exciting new international project.

(tickets not yet on sale)

Ronnie Scotts website

 

 

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