London Contemporary Voices is London's leading alternative choir who have worked with artists including Sam Smith, Joss Stone, Alt-J, Basement Jaxx, Laura Mvula, Imogen Heap, Nitin Sawhney, Newton Faulkner and many more.
LCV has performed at world class venues including The O2 Arena, the Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, The Roundhouse, Somerset House and the Union Chapel, and at festivals including Reading, Latitude, Wilderness, Secret Garden Party and iTunes Festival. They have appeared on BBC Radio 1, BBC 1 Wales, Channel 4, E4, ITV2, Capital FM and BBC2's Later with Jools Holland. LCV was featured on the Abbey Road orchestral version of Laura Mvula's album 'Sing to the Moon' and on Andy Burrows' 2014 release of 'Light The Night', theme tune to the modern classic The Snowman and The Snowdog. The choir's collaboration with Amber Run for influential blog The Mahogany Sessions has achieved over a million hits and in 2015 was listed top place on The Best Of Mahogany. Former clients include Burberry, Selfridges, Liberty, Hunter Boot, Sketch, Fortnum & Mason, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Land Rover, Talk Talk, Alix Partners, Sassoon and National Trust.
The choir is extremely versatile in its performance format. Most commonly they are booked as an ensemble of 8, 12, 16 and 20 but they can also provide up to 100 singers if required. They are available for bookings, session work, backing vocals, events and private hire.