Vigala Singers are alumni of the Royal College of Music Junior Department Chamber Choir, the group being named after the Estonian municipality of Vigala, birthplace of composer Veljo Tormis, after we performed there as guests at the Estonian Choral Directors’ Seminar.
Through performance collaborations with young musicians from different cultures and working with living composers, conductors and other leading choirs, Vigala Singers create ever higher levels of choral performance across cultural boundaries.
We typically perform 3-4 times a year, including taking part in the annual Carols for Shoppers service at St James’s Church, Piccadilly. Our repertoire is constantly expanding and we take enormous pride in performing brand new pieces from well-established and up and coming composers.
We are entirely self- funded and rely on the generosity of our patrons and sponsors. Our sponsors share in our successes and benefit from the publicity that Vigala Singers gain around the world. They are given a prominent place in our literature, programmes and staging, as they request.
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