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A London City Choir

Upcoming Concert: Brahms’ Requiem

Join us for our Autumn Concert

The Esterhazy Singers will present Brahms’ Ein Deutches Requiem for their Autumn 2022 concert, as arranged by the composer for choir and two pianos, alongside a small selection of equally evocative and transcendent alternative settings of the texts used in Brahms’ greatest work.

The concert will take place 9th November 2022 at Holy Trinity, Sloane Square, SW1X 9BZ

News & Events


Over Hill, Over Dale

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Welcoming our New MD, David Halstead

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Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

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Virtual Come & Sing Messiah

Handel: what was he thinking of? – a virtual exploration of Messiah Part I Andrea Brown, Jan Rautio and the Esterhazy Singers hosted a virtual celebratory look at this…

Ave Verum Corpus – Virtual Performance

In May 2020 the choir embarked on a virtual recording project of Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus during the Covid-19 lockdown. So how did it work? There were three main…

About Us

The Esterhazy Singers is an amateur choir of about 50 people that aims at professional standards. We also support music students by providing them bursaries to sing with us and learn to lead an experienced choir. Based in the City of London at St. Margaret Pattens Church, the choir is named after Haydn’s patrons, the Princes Nicholas and Paul Anton Esterhazy.