Patron - Judith Weir CBE

Hilary Campbell reckons the smart odds are on Voices of London!

Unlike fellow festival director Richard Harker, I rarely give football a second thought. I am a tennis fan through and through, and eagerly anticipate a…

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An all-you-can-eat musical buffet!

In this month’s committee blog, James Dixon considers the prgoramme, puzzling over how on earth he could select just one event from our musical smorgasbord!…

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Rich Harker’s pre-season analysis of VOLF FC’s third season

Year three, who knew? And the elephant in the committee’s meeting room is where to take the Voices of London Festival next? Football may just…

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Work Experience Opportunities

Voices of London is currently offering internships and work experience opportunities for anyone considering a career in arts administration. For more information, and to hear…

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Our 2016 Festival Patron: Judith Weir CBE

We are delighted to announce that Master of the Queen’s Music, Judith Weir, has joined us as our Festival Patron . Judith is a longstanding supporter of…

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Meet the Team VI: Hilary Campbell reflects on how far we’ve come

This time a year ago, my colleagues and I were heading towards the unknown. What had originated as a ‘what if’ discussion amongst friends had…

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Meet the Team III: Richard Harker applies the glossy top coat to the Festival!

Painting Paddington Red There’s nothing like glossing doors for helping the mind wander. Whilst on the second coat of satinwood on the inside of two…

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Intern on the Inside: a work-experience perspective

Libby Crawley is a choral scholar at Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge. Last year, she volunteered to assist the Festival Team, and we’re delighted (and more than…

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Meet the Team II: Our man from the outback!

So the Festival is only three months away. It feels like last year’s inaugural festival wasn’t that long ago. But so much planning and preparation…

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Our Organist Extraordinaire

It doesn’t seem two minutes since the performance of Jonathan Harvey’s Passion and Resurrection which closed last year’s inaugural Voices of London Festival. That concert…

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