Welcome to London’s most eclectic
world music choir.
Songlines rehearsing for Vocal Rumbles at The Nave – Sunday 16th February 2014
Next classes: Tuesday 7th July & Wednesday 8th July 2015
SUNDAY 12th July – Workshop (12 Weds) 1:30 – 6:30
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Sarah Jewell (Musical Director) believes that a great song is a great song, regardless of its cultural provenance. We sing music in many languages, styles and harmonies, music that is resonant, alive and relevant to us and the challenging world around us.
‘Open sessions are fun, free and informal and a great opportunity to check out the combined Tuesday (mixed men & women) and Wednesday Choir (all women, smaller & more experienced) who sing together every 6 weeks and perform together at our bigger events. I do hope I’ve managed to whet your appetite and that you’d like to come and give it a whirl at the next open session. I can promise you a warm welcome and an uplifting piece of music to sing.’ Sarah
To find out how we work or how to become a member, go to the How to Join Us page.
Picture above: The choir performs the folk-based cantata ‘Flying Lessons’ (composed by Sarah), about the highs and lows of London Life. The show took place at LSO St. Luke’s in summer 2008 and was Time Out’s ‘Pick of the Week’.
Songlines have performed, recorded, taught, toured, laughed, drunk and danced our way through London life for nearly two decades.
This was the ‘Saints and Sinners’ concert that took place at The Nave in summer 2010. The left photo shows the ladies in all their glory, while the one on the right shows a rather darker side.