2018 Programme



The Fauré Requiem

faure-requiem-imageREQUIEM by Gabriel Fauré conducted by James Murray

Plus: INCANTATION OF EDEN by Harvey Brough, libretto by Justin Butcher

Performed by Vox Holloway  Community Choir and  Chamber Choir

With soloists Emily Kirby-Ashmore and Angus McPhee

One of the most sublime works in the sacred classical canon

“Everything I managed to entertain by way of religious illusion I put into my Requiem, which moreover is dominated from beginning to end by a very human feeling of faith in eternal rest.” – Gabriel Fauré.

At:  St Luke’s, Holloway

Sunday 25 November,  7.30pm

Doors/bar open at 6.45pm

Click here for tickets:  Full price: £15  (under 18/unemployed: £10)


Already Sung this Year


The Village Green Preservation Society

ehuf50th anniversary celebration of the Kinks’ seminal album, in a new arrangement by Harvey Brough by special invitation of Ray Davies


Featuring Vox Holloway and Young Vox, with guest soloists Clara Sanabras and Rick Leigh.

Sunday 28th October, 7.30 p.m. St Luke’s.



Sao Paulo Tapes – Bossa Nova – Monica Vasconcelos


An evening of Brazilian Music with singer Monica Vasconcelas
Brazilian songs of resistance from her acclaimed Album the Sao Paulo Tapes, together with Samba and Bossa Nova classics.

Vox Holloway
Monica Vasconcelos and her band

Sunday July 15th, 7.30, St. Lukes


The Stony Field

World Premiere of a commission by the Cloudesley Charity.

A piece to celebrate the life and legacy of Richard Cloudesley whose will was read 500 years ago.
Words Justin Butcher
Music Harvey Brough

With soloists
Andrew Rupp, Julie Kench, Clara Sanabras & Jo Marshall

Holloway Baroque Players
Vox Holloway
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School Choir

Sunday May 20th – Concert  7 30 St. Luke’s, Holloway
Thursday June 7th – Concert 7 00 St. James, Clerkenwell
Saturday June 9th – Concert 7 30 St. Mary’s, Islington


Harvey Brough

A biblical epic, the story of a young girl who rebels against the patriarchal society of her time, is condemned to death twice and escapes twice.


This beautiful image of Thecla has been created especially for us by artist Jane Ray. (Used with permission, copyright Jane Ray January 2018).

Words by Jame Runcie

Vox Holloway
Young Vox
The David le Page Ensemble