Category Archives: London

Freedom Song – when Gospel came to the Empire

In 1871 a group of singers from Nashville, Tennessee, took to the road, arriving in London with a music that had never before been heard in public. But this was no ordinary choir. The Fisk Jubilee Singers were students who … Continue reading

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Village Green Preservation Society – in pictures

All we need is an audience … Thumbs up from Rick… And we’re off… Clara made our Days … And Young Vox were wicked … But who’s the man in the hat..? No more hiding behind that pillar. Harvey outs … Continue reading

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Only remember: Fauré Requiem and Incantation of Eden

To round off a memorable autumn term, before we abandon ourselves to the Christmas spirit, Vox Holloway is marking the end of the first world war centenary by reviving a double-bill we first performed four years ago. Our Fauré Requiem … Continue reading

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Roll up, roll up! Village Green Preservation Society tickets now on sale

Early bird tickets are now on sale for the premiere of Harvey Brough’s brilliant new arrangement of the Kinks’ classic album, The Village Green Preservation Society. Featuring the 120 voices of Vox Holloway, alongside Young Vox, and soloists Clara Sanabras … Continue reading

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Why the Kinks’ classic album is an oratorio for our times …

The 120 voices of Vox Holloway are joining together this autumn to salute a musical legend and celebrate a seminal album that has become a huge influence on generations of pop musicians. Ray Davies and the Kinks have left an … Continue reading

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