Live from London 2021

We’re thrilled to be performing in the #LiveFromLondon festival this summer. It’s a series of concerts, all recorded in the heart of London, curated by our friends Voces8 and available to stream around the world. We’re proud to be alongside a whole range of brilliant artists performing in this Summer’s festival and we want to encourage you to watch not just our performance, but also these other fantastic musicians! Find more information and tickets below.




VOCES8  ‘Stardust’ – 4th July 2021

ORA Singers & Zeb Soanes  ‘All Shall Be Well’ – 11th July 2021

Jack Liebeck, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Bliss and Apekisheva  ‘Angel of the Apocalypse’ – 17th July 2021

The King’s Singers  ‘A New Day’ – 24th July 2021

Cappella Amsterdam  ‘Mass for the Endangered’ – 25th July 2021

Chineke! with Ken Burton  ‘Descend to Earth’ – 7th August 2021

I Fagiolini  ‘Au Naturel’ – 14th August 2021

Paul Smith & Friends  ‘Renewal?’ – 15th August 2021

The London Contemporary Orchestra with Rob Ames  ‘Colliding Worlds’ – 21st August 2021

English Chamber Orchestra & James Sherlock  ‘Light from Darkness’ – 22nd August 2021


All performances are available to watch from their time of broadcast until 31 August 2021. 



£80 (for all 10 concerts)




featuring VOCES8
24 July 2021

A New Day takes a refreshing and optimistic look at the passing of time, focussing on the opportunities that emerge with each new dawn. This programme celebrates some of the extraordinary heights to which humanity has soared. With music spanning from Renaissance Italy and England, through 19th Century France and reaching the present day, including works by Striggio, Saint-Saëns, Harold Arlen and Jacob Collier, A New Day shows the full spectrum of the group’s repertoire including classic arrangements of The Beatles and The Beach Boys. The concert also offers viewers the rare opportunity to hear The King’s Singers and VOCES8 performing together including Bob Chilcott’s High Flight, written for The King’s Singers’ 40th anniversary, and this collaboration looks forward with positivity to a new day dawning on the world.



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