An Early Music Ensemble

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About Kammerchor London

Originally created for the performance of Bach Cantatas sung one voice per part with minimal instrumental accompaniment, we have grown to a larger group with expanded repertoire possibilities from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Performers can change for each event. New voices and instruments are always welcome, as we try to give as many musicians as possible a chance to perform this fabulous music!

Kammerchor's unofficial mandate is to perform early music in an intimate chamber setting, to provide opportunities for local professional-calibre musicians, and with a donations-based admittance to make it easily accessible to all residents of London.

Audience donations help promote the continuance of this type of performance in the London area. Kammerchor is not a registered charity. It is purely fed by love of the music, working with musicians of like mind, and performing for an appreciative audience. We are pleased to be accepted as an outreach program at our host venue, New St. James Presbyterian Church, and through them we are able to issue tax receipts for all donations.

To donate, click here and select Musical Meditations in the "Fund" drop down menu.

Kammerchor London is the 2020 Forest City London Music Awards recipient in the Classical Choir category.

Sponsors and Donors

We are pleased to announce that our organization is supported by the London Arts Council through the City of London's Community Arts Investment Program.

We would like to extend our thanks to the following people and companies for their financial support:

 

Artist Sponsor $500

Harris Funeral Home

Anonymous

 

 

 
 

CONCERTS

Our proposed 2022-2023 season consists of three concerts. We are pleased to announce that we are back in person! Video recordings for each concert will still be posted for those who would like to enjoy the performance in the comfort of their own home.

Charpentier - Messe de Minuit

December 17, 2022
7:00 pm

Location: TBD

The Messe de Minuit is one of Marc-Antoine Charpentier's most famous works, heard almost as often as his famous Te Deum. It is essential music for the midnight mass, to celebrate Christmas night. The success of Charpentier's Christmas Mass was based on the combination of the sacred and the profane, the magnificence of the learned vocal polyphonies and the ingenuity of popular melodies. Like many composers of his time, he used popular tunes for the base of his melodies, which you will also hear in this performance

 

This presentation is partially funded by the London Arts Council. Donations would be gratefully received to help support the ongoing work of this ensemble.

 

Please note that masking will be required to attend.

Lenten Program

February 11, 2023
7:00 pm

New St. James Presbyterian Church

280 Oxford St. E., London, ON

Join with us as we present an a capella program of exquisite Lenten music.

 

This presentation is partially funded by the London Arts Council. Donations would be gratefully received to help support the ongoing work of this ensemble.

Please note that masking will be required to attend.

Exploring the Lesser Known World

April 22, 2023
7:00 PM  

New St. James Presbyterian Church

280 Oxford St. E., London, ON

We're taking a gander into the lesser explored Baroque world, presenting works by composers from Spain, Italy, and Mexico.

 

This presentation is partially funded by the London Arts Council. Donations will be taken at the door and would be gratefully received to help support the ongoing work of this ensemble. Donation suggestion: $20

Please note that masking will be required to attend.

 
 
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Contact

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