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ENGLISH CHAMBER CHOIR

The English Chamber Choir is one of the best known and busiest groups of its size in Britain. Based in the historic City of London, it has sung in all the main halls in the South Bank Centre and the Barbican, and at Cadogan Hall and St John’s Smith Square. It currently appears several times a year with the Belmont Ensemble at St Martin-in-the-Fields and presents its own recital programmes in several other London venues, including St James Piccadilly and St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe.  The Choir has appeared elsewhere in Britain and the rest of Europe. While the Choir’s live performances are predominantly classical, its recording credits cover an equally diverse selection of more commercial productions. The Choir has enjoyed a long association with music of the Eastern Orthodox tradition, performing many works by composers featured on this CD.

English Chamber Choir
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