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80s Extravaganza

21 April 2018 News

LCV celebrated all things 80s with a fabulous concert of 80s music. The concert featured songs by such 80s giants as George Michael, Madonna and Bonnie Tyler, and also two medleys – one with a snippet of practically every 80s…

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Calling LCV knitters – come knit for a good cause!

9 October 2017 Featured, News

LCV members have never been slow at doing their bit to help a good cause - from regularly singing for charity; to helping out fellow members who have had unexpected life challenges; to specific charitable projects organized by individual members…

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LCV Delights

7 September 2017 Charity, Concerts, Featured, LCV Stories, News

[caption id="attachment_3995" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Just another night at the Troxy....Photo Swan[/caption] The summer term is over, which means another LCV concert is behind us. This time our Troxy fans were treated to a chronological smorgasbord of hits spanning four decades.…

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Spiffingly Splendid Summer Shenanigans

9 August 2017 Featured, News

July was another busy month for LCV, thanks to some rather splendid gigs. First, there was the Chaps Olympiad, where a handsome bunch of choir members decked themselves in vintage finery and generally had a jolly good time with plenty…

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LCV entertains

5 July 2017 News

LCV members have been busy entertaining people with their collective vocal talents recently (with some dance moves thrown in for good measure). First off, around 50 members headed to the Scoop near Tower Bridge for the last of the Massaoke…

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In the Spotlight – Emma Clements

18 May 2017 LCV Stories, News

Emma Clements, aged 30, joined LCV back in 2014. London-born; she now lives in Brentwood, Essex, with her husband, Mike, and is embarking on an exciting career change! Although Emma's future looks rosy; her recent past has been a tough…

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Spring into Summer

3 May 2017 Featured, LCV Stories, News

LCV members are now officially taking a break, before the new term starts on Monday 8th May. But, we've still been pretty busy. First off, the spring term culminated with another magnificent concert at the Troxy – described by audience and…

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The Time is Nigh….

15 April 2017 LCV Stories, News

Another LCV concert is just around the corner - which can only mean one thing folks: right now a certain repertoire of songs can be heard from every corner of London. We've been singing while cooking the roast; in the beauty salon (that's double…

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In the Spotlight – Morgan Pearse

20 March 2017 Featured, LCV Stories, News

Morgan Pearse is our latest choir member to come under the spotlight. Morgan, aged 35, was born in Sligo, Ireland. Upon receiving a degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music in Boston, he moved to Los Angeles in 2008. After…

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In the Spotlight – Gareth Owens

8 March 2017 Featured, LCV Stories

In the first of a regular blog spot focusing on individual choir members and their LCV stories, we present to you Welsh tenor Gareth Owens. His tale is dramatic to say the least – in fact you may wish to…

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The Big Issue Night Walk Performance

5 March 2017 Charity, Featured, News, Performances

On Friday 3 March London City Voices (LCV) were asked to perform at St John's church in Waterloo for the participants of the annual Big Issue Night Walk. We sang there last year and were asked back because, as the…

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“I love music… so why can’t I sing in tune?”

19 February 2017 Featured, News, Richard's musings

I get asked this question most weeks, usually by someone who has expressed delight over hearing my choir singing (often in the pub). A conversation ensues where I ask the person in question to consider visiting, and they respond with…

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