Our next main concert will be our Christmas Concert, Bells of Paradise on 10th December at St. Lukes. tickets here. Ahead of that, we will be performing at the Amos Trust Carol Service at St. James Piccadilly on 4th December.

Vox Holloway is a community choir based at St Luke’s Church, West Holloway, London. We are an open and friendly choir with no audition process.

We do not have many places left for Sopranos and Altos, due to the fact that the stage area is full. Sopranos and Altos wishing to join should apply here with a short email saying why you would like to join Vox. There is still space for some Tenors and Basses.


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Sleepers, wake!

b7d15bb8-956e-4a98-9cfc-5180fe24e77dVox’s own Rick Leigh and James Murray are putting on another short evening concert this Friday 17th November at St Luke’s. A great opportunity for a Vox social – come join! Further details below.

Sleepers, wake!

A evening of choral music for Autumn and Advent, performed by singers brought together by Conductor and Director, James Murray.
Where: St Luke’s, West Holloway
When: 8-9pm, (Doors & bar open 7:30pm)
Tickets: £8/£5 concessions (no advance ticket sales; please bring cash on the night)


We’d love to see you there!
Rick and James x
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More lovely Pepper photos

This time from Sophie Yauner

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Tickets, Tickets, Tickets!

VH_BELLSXMAS17_EFLYER..are now available online for the Bells of Paradise Concert click here for link

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Singing workshop this weekend

There is a singing workshop happening this coming Saturday, organised by our own Matt Evan Smith: Music for Women’s Chorus Saturday 4 November Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead

link to flyer for further information


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A Weave of Words and Music

our very own Marj McDaid will be performing at Stoke Newington Old Church next month : A Weave of Words and Music, promises:

An insightful, lively and personal selection of Irish poetry from 6th to 21st century, leavened with songs (some traditional, some her own settings) Plus vocal and instrumental contributions from Tell Tale Tusk

Details & tickets here

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