The 13th London Festival of Contemporary Church Music runs from 10th – 18th May 2014.
London Festival of Contemporary Church Music
The Festival is based at St Pancras Parish Church, London, and exists to promote the composition and performance of contemporary liturgical music for choir and organ. Since its inception in 2002, the Festival has commissioned over 30 works from living composers, played host to over 80 world premières from composers around the globe, and has grown from its base at St Pancras to encompass services, concerts and talks from churches and performance venues across London and further afield.
“The LFCCM is a precious and unique opportunity for the annual showcasing of new sacred works at the highest possible level. It thoroughly deserves its important place in the spectrum of contemporary music in London.”
Gregory Rose, conductor & composer