We are a friendly, non-auditioned choir, consisting of about 15 London mathematicians (and friends). The choir was founded in 2016 by PhD students at the LSGNT, but anyone is welcome - undergraduates, staff, and even non-mathematicians! We are open to all levels of experience, from seasoned choristers to absolute beginners. As well as singers, we have space for a pianist and other instrumental accompanists.

We rehearse on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm, in room 944/938 of the Institute of Education (near UCL).

We sing a wide range of music, from renaissance to contemporary, and from all around the world. To give you an idea, here is our spring 2020 repertoire. We have sung programmes around themes including journeys, birds, the earth, and of course Christmas! We have a professional conductor, Sheena Phillips, who is an old friend of our namesake's.

We perform approximately twice per term, at events as diverse as dinners, parties, open days and seminars, and locations ranging from hospitals to nature reserves! We have also sung in railway stations to raise money for Shelter. You can see a (non-exhaustive) list of our performances to date here. We sometimes collaborate with other London choirs, like in our joint Christmas concert with the CoMA Singers in 2018.

For more information, or if you would like to join us, please contact Ellen Webborn or subscribe to our mailing list (by emailing 'subscribe' to maths-choir-subscribe@ucl.ac.uk).

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