English Baroque Choir

Choir in St John Smith Square

One of the Finest Choirs in London

The English Baroque Choir is one of the finest choirs you will find in London.

We perform a wide range of repertoire, from 15th century renaissance, via the masters of baroque music, to the great romantic composers and contemporary music. Our reportoire takes us all around the world with a special focus on British and European masters. Have a look at our past concerts to get an impression or listen to some of our recordings.

Our concerts are often a cappella, or with organ, small string or brass ensembles. Occasionally we sing with a bigger orchestra, often using historic instruments. Our concert venues are all around Central London including the magnificent St John Smith Square.

Sing with Us

After a year of not being able to sing at all, we are ready to restart as soon as we are allowed to. The current plan is that we start rehearsals again after 17th May 2021.

If you cannot wait to sing again as well and are thinking of joining a choir in London, we are looking for new members in all voice parts. Have a look at what we have to offer if you sing with us.

If you are interested, please contact our membership secretary:

Listen to Us

We are very excited to have a guest appearance at the Lesnes Abbey Proms concert on 26th September 3-5pm.

Come and relax in the gardens of Lesnes Abbey Wood’s Monk’s Garden, Lesnes Abbey Woods, New Road, London SE2 0AX for Lesnes Abbey’s first ever proms concert. The performance is outside so please dress for the weather.

The English Baroque Choir, directed by Jeremy Jackman, performs regularly in St John’s Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields and other premier London venues. They have recently celebrated their 40th anniversary.

Bexley Music provide high quality music education for young people of Bexley. Their choirs and orchestras perform across the Borough and across London including the O2 and Royal Albert Hall.

Please see more details about what’s coming up for the rest of the year.