For over three decades, NLCC has been one of the outstanding groups at festivals across Europe. Specialising in contemporary works, we perform uncompromisingly avant garde music of all periods and have a unique record of commissioning and premièring new works for mixed chorus.


Brandenburg Festival Concert

Saturday, 28 October 2017, Church of St Katherine Cree, 86 Leadenhall Street, London EC3A 3BP, 7.30pm

NLCC returns to the Brandenburg Festival to explore the connections between Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu and some of his American influences.  The programme will include: Takemitsu Wind Horse, John Luther Adams Canticles of the Holy Wind (UK premiere), John Cage Living Room Music, Barber Agnus Dei.


If you’d been in Oslo on 29 April, you’d have been able to catch NLCC sharing a stage with local Ensemble 96. Our team performed Berio’s Cries of London and two works by Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgren, Four Madrigals from the Natural World and Three Stages.


On 25 February 2017, NLCC held a successful workshop for existing members and new ambitious singers. We tackled a range of challenging repertoire and ended with a run-through of Stockhausen’s extraordinary declamation Litanei 97.



mark-rothko-no-61-rust-and-blueOn Sunday 6 November 2016, at the London Festival of American Music in conjunction with the Royal Academy of Art Abstract Expressionism Exhibition, Odaline de la Martinez directs NLCC in Morton Feldman’s Rothko Chapel.



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‘NLCC were great – very incisive and expressive’ – Jonathan Harvey

‘… a riveting collage of stark choral outbursts, like some long-forgotten tribal chant, set against percussion music that was all thudding beats in intricate patterns … and the New London Chamber Choir showed sensitivity as well as fierce energy.’ – Daily Telegraph