Festival Chorus For Less

Crouch End Festival Chorus is one of the country’s most exciting and innovative symphony choruses, with an international reputation.

The Chorus promotes several concerts a year in prestigious venues, with music ranging from the classics to contemporary works and commissions. In recent seasons, the choir’s loyal audiences have enjoyed music from Beethoven to Britten, Verdi to Philip Glass, and in June 2007 the public premiere of songs by The Beach Boys, arranged by influential British composer David Bedford.

Crouch End Festival ChorusThe Chorus collaborates widely, recently having worked with Oasis and local hero Ray Davies (both at the Electric Proms), Ennio Morricone, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Valery Gergiev, Classic FM and the BBC Proms. It pursues a busy recording schedule, and can be heard on such soundtracks as the recent Prince Caspian film and the revived Doctor Who as well as albums by Katherine Jenkins, Travis, Alfie Boe and Jonathan Ansell.

Based in north London, CEFC grew from a small start — enthusiasts handing out leaflets outside a local supermarket in summer 1984 asking for singers for Verdi’s Requiem.
For up to date concert information, or if you would like to join this exciting and friendly choir, please visit the website.


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