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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Kenny Wheeler Memorial Service

Friday 31st October, 2.30pm

LVP will be performing as part of a memorial to the recently departed Kenny Wheeler.

The service will be held at St James' church, Sussex Gardens, Paddington, on Friday 31st October beginning at 2.30pm. It is free to attend.

Kenny's music will also be performed by Kenny's big band, and artists including Henry Lowther, saxophonists Evan Parker, Stan Sulzmann and Julian Arg├╝elles, singer Norma Winstone, drummers John Hollenbeck and Martin France, pianists John Taylor and Glauco Venier, and double-bassist Chris Laurence.

Full details on Jazzwise website

 

London Jazz Festival at the 606 Club

Sunday 16th November 1-4pm, 606 Club, Chelsea

LVP return to the cosy Chelsea club for an electic mix of jazz and groove

606 Club website




Christmas at the Forge, Camden

Sunday 14th December, The Forge, Camden


LVP break out the Christmas tunes for their annual holiday concert.

The Forge website

 

 

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Recent News

We recently supported renowned jazz vocal group New York Voices at Kings Place, singing our own set before joining NYV and the Swingle Singers on stage for the finale.

The gig was part of the first London International A Cappella Summer School, curated by the Swingle Singers.


LVP at Kings Place