London Vocal Project

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

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BEDFORD JAZZ FESTIVAL

We're supporting Jacqui Dankworth and Charlie Wood in their headlining concert of the Bedford Jazz Festival on Sunday 20 March 2016.

Other acts performing at the weekend include Empirical, Karen Sharp, Emilia Martensson, Huw Warren, and our own Pete Chuchill in a quartet with Bobby Wellins.

Full details and tickets via www.conscia.org

 


Kenny Wheeler: An Evocation

We'll be opening a concert in celebration of Kenny Wheeler, as part of the London Jazz Festival.

The concert is curated by Dave Holland, Norma Winstone and Evan Parker, and will feature many more friends and collaborators of Kenny. We'll be performing a couple of pieces from the Mirrors album.

Click here for the London Jazz Festival page about the concert


Autumn Performances

LVP have just returned from their summer retreat to Dorset, where we met up with West Country singers for workshops and performances. We also got in depth with our next big project, exciting plans coming up soon.

Next up for us is preparing for gigs at the 606 Club for the London Jazz Festival, and the Cambridge Jazz Festival, both in November, and then bringing out our favourite Christmas material for Ziggy's Jazz Club in Enfield.


Stories to Tell

Our MD Pete Churchill has launched his new CD, Stories To Tell, featuring original songs written over several decades.

The album features ex-LVP members Mishka Adams and Ben Barritt, both now resident in Germany, and friends of LVP Mark Lockheart and Adriano Adewale

The album was launched in London in July, and a short tour will follow in October.

Pete talks about the project on the London Jazz Blog

The project has its own website, with information on how to buy,  here