London’s foremost LGBT+ chamber chorus “Diversity Choir” has announced a brand new repertoire for its winter concert – inspired by the sea.The evening concert at St Giles Cripplegate, takes in Cecilia McDowall’s “Shipping Forecast”; Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Meeres Stille und Glückliche Fahrt”; Cole Porter’s “Blow, Gabriel, Blow”; Disney’s crowdpleaser “Under The Sea”; Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Lass That Loved a  Sailor” as well as music by Nadia Boulanger and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

Following a successful year which opened with the choir’s 30th anniversary summer concert showcasing female composers and took in the 50 strong chorus’s three performances at the Various Voices International LGBT+ Choir Festival in Bologna in June plus a guest spot at the National Hate Crime Awareness Week Act of Remembrance in October – the choir has gained multiple new members and will perform bigger and better than ever.Choir Chair Corinne Iten said: “Our winter concert is the culmination of a busy and successful year for the choir. From popular crowdpleasers to Beethoven to one of Britain’s greatest composers – our repertoire offers something for everyone.“We’d like to thank all our followers for helping us make our 30th year our best ever.”The concert takes place at St Giles CripplegateFore St Barbican, London EC2Y 8DA at 7:30pm on Saturday 2 December 2023. Tickets from

Advance: £15 (£12 concessions). On the door: £18 (£15 concessions)
Interval refreshments and raffle prizes. Fully accessible venue.

Tags: ,

Comments are closed.

The Shortlist For The 2024 Gaydio Pride Awards

Gaydio has announced the shortlist for the Gaydio Pride Awards 2024 with Hilton, a ceremony dedicated to recognising and celebrating […]

Effective Swiping: Online Dating Strategies

While online dating may seem straightforward, achieving meaningful connections is often not so simple. Many factors come into play, from […]

We Need Your Help – Please Write to Your MP

Thank you for your amazing support to FWP’s campaign for restorative justice for LGBT+ veterans affected by the ‘gay ban’ and for […]

Gaydio Pride Awards 2024

Gaydio have announced that The Gaydio Pride Awards 2024 with Hilton will take place on Friday 16th February 2024 – […]

Addressing The Challenges Faced By LGBTQ+ Veterans

A Path Towards Inclusion and Care By Jonathan Buckerfield, Deputy CEO and Head of Income Generation at Opening Doors In […]

Meeting Myra Dubois

The self-declared ‘siren of South Yorkshire’, Myra Dubois is righting a historical wrong by returning to Oxford following a covid-induced cancellation […]

The Making of Pinocchio

A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio but set in a fictional film studio. […]

MyGwork’s WorkFair 2023

Organised by myGwork, the largest global LGBTQ+ talent platform, #WorkFair 2023 will return on 18 October featuring hundreds of jobs […]

What Makes Me: K Flay

Singer, musician, songwriter, and rapper Kristine Flaherty – otherwise known as K. Flay – has had a busy year so […]

Amplifying The Voices

Philip Baldwin interviews Linda Riley, the Publisher and CEO of DIVA Magazine and the Founder of Lesbian Visibility Week.   […]