LONDON NORDIC CHOIR

EMOTION & PRECISION


WELCOME TO LONDON NORDIC CHOIR


The London Nordic Choir (LNC) is an independent 25-person strong choir based in Marylebone, London. Founded in 2016 by Director of Music Carina Einarson, the choir unites those with a passion for choral singing and capturing and promoting the unique sound of the traditional Nordic choral works.

Nordic people love to sing and choral singing is deeply rooted in the Nordic folk music. London Nordic Choir works to express this tradition of choral lightness combined with a reserved intensity - where the blend of tones and a mastery of vowel sounds are critical. But the best way to discover what the Nordic sound truly entails it to hear it-so come and listen for yourself!

The first years have been busy. Singing at the World Choir Project held at Piccadilly Circus, at the opening of the Nordic Matters Festival, the Chorus Choir Festival at the Southbank Centre, The London Mayor's Sheriff's and Recorder's Fund charity concerts at the Old Bailey among many others. LNC perform a lot of music from different eras and genres.

Winter performances in December includes Sankta Lucia Christmas concerts in both York Minster and Liverpool Cathedral. Further concerts were held at St John's Hyde Park, St Paul's Church in St Albans, at Greenwich Wintertime Festival and at the Southbank Centre.




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UPCOMING EVENTS

LUX MUNDI CONCERTS ARE POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

More info on new dates will be updated as soon as we know.

You can still follow the Lux Mundi Project HERE


London Nordic Choir and The English Baroque Choir presents:

LUX MUNDI

A new commissioned choral piece by Fredrik Sixten*

WORLD PREMIERE LUX MUNDI Saturday 16 May 2020 // St John´s Hyde Park // 7–9pm

Tickest from Eventbrite


SCANDINAVIAN PREMIERE LUX MUNDI // Sunday 5 July // Eric Ericsonhallen, Skeppsholmen, Stockholm // 5–7pm

*Fredrik Sixten (born 21 October 1962) is a Swedish composer, cathedral organist and conductor. Sixten was born in Skövde, Sweden. He earned his Bachelor of Arts (1986) at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm. He is recognized as one of Sweden's best-known composers of church music and is published at all major publishing houses in Sweden.

Sweden Tour 2020

Saturday 4 July 2020 // Stockholm // Time and venue tbc