The London Festival of Contemporary Church Music is a a nine-day annual celebration of liturgical music for choir and organ which happens across Easter and St Pancrastide, featuring collaborations with some of today’s best-known composers, a regular choral evensong broadcast on BBC Radio 3, and liturgical services, concerts and outreach all over London.
Composers Edition’s Alison Willis is featured in the festival with the premiere of her work Spring has now unwrapped the flowers (Floridum) on Sunday 19 May in the Choral Evensong at St Pancras Parish Church.
Sunday 19 May 2019, 6:00pm
Choral Evensong, part of LFCCM
Music by Alison Willis – world premiere of Spring has now unwrapped the flowers (Floridum), also Nicholas O’Neill, Anthony Esland, Alastair Borthwick, Justine Koontz.
St Pancras Parish Church, London NW1 2BA