The VOCES8 Foundation has announced âLIVE from London – Summerâ, a return to performing arts that will begin in July.
The festival will offer 14 concerts between July 4 and August 22, with audiences able to broadcast performances until August 31, 2021.
VOCES8 is expected to appear in every performance, which will include artists and organizations such as King’s Singers, Chineke !, ORA Singers, the London Contemporary Orchestra and Rob Ames, a featured quartet by Jack Liebeck, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Julian Bliss, and Katya Apekisheva, Mary Bevan and Zeb Soanes.
It all starts with VOCES8 presenting âStardustâ.
Date of performance: July 4, 2021
Next, ORA Singers and Zeb Soanes will appear in âAll Shall Be Wellâ.
Date of performance: July 11, 2021
Jack Liebeck, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Bliss and Apekisheva will present âAngel of the Apocalypseâ.
Date of performance: July 17, 2021
Laurens Collegium and Consensus Vocalis will present âThis Turning Worldâ.
Date of performance: July 18, 2021
Efterklang and the Southern Danish Girl Choir will be featured in “Northern Lights”.
Date of performance: July 23, 2021
The King’s Singers will perform “A New Day”.
Date of performance: July 24, 2021
Cappella Amsterdam will present âMass for people in dangerâ.
Date of performance: July 25, 2021
The VOCES8 Foundation will team up with Paul Smith for an accompanying singing concert entitled “Singing London”.
Date of performance: August 1, 2021
Chineke! With Ken Burton will be featured in “Descend to Earth”.
Date of performance: August 7, 2021
Mary Bevan, Barnaby Smith and The Illyria Consort will team up for âHeroes and Heroinesâ.
Date of performance: August 8, 2021
I Fagiolini will present âAu Naturelâ.
Date of performance: August 14, 2021
Paul Smith and his friends will be at the center of âRenewal?â
Date of performance: August 15, 2021
The London Contemporary Orchestra and Rob Ames will present âColliding Worldsâ.
Date of performance: August 21, 2021
Finally, the English Chamber Orchestra and James Sherlock will present âLight from Darknessâ.
Date of performance: August 22, 2021