CoMA Singers

About

CoMA Singers is a new group of experienced singers based in London.

We are a strong group of singers who rehearse and perform regularly, predominantly a cappella choral works, but sometimes with instruments and including some solo/small ensemble repertoire. We commission new works as well as exploring established CoMA repertoire. We reinforce and supplement the CoMA Voices programme.

Singers are expected to be confident singers with some sight reading experience, prepared to tackle unusual vocal techniques and unconventional pieces. Singers are expected to work and prepare themselves between rehearsals. We are currently looking for one or two new members.

We have shared concerts with CoMA London. In March 2014 “Women’s Work”, celebrating International Women’s Day with works by female composers. In July 2014, we sang works by Paul Burnell and Free Laminator by John White. In October 2014, for the CoMA 21st Anniversary Gala Concerts we performed Joanna Lee, John King, Soosan Lolavar and Janet Oates and joining with CoMA Voices for works by John Tavener, James Weeks and Philip Cashian. In July 2015 we held a concert jointly with Illumination Chamber Choir singing our own repertoire and joining with Illumination for Britten’s Gloriana Dances. In 2016 we have performed at the Festival of Contemporary Music for All at King’s Place, with the Contakt Ensemble at Hoxton Hall add as of the Exaudi Exposure 2016 event. In 2017 we performed at the CoMA Singing Adventures weekend.

CoMA Singers at St Leonards Church
CoMA Singers at St Leonards Church

Rehearsals

You do not have to do every project if you’re not available. We tend to have four rehearsals (Tuesday evenings, Shoreditch, East London) before each event.

Contact

Contact Janet Oates, Musical Director, at singers@coma.org if you are interested in joining.