The London Gospel Ensemble

Gospel Ensemble In London

The London Gospel Ensemble is a sought after ensemble that trains singers to a high level of musicianship and showmanship standard within a social setting creating a undeniably exciting performance experience for audiences.

London is a fantastic mixing pot of people and we celebrate this diversity representing over 20 nations coming together to sing uplifting material including Gospel, pop/funk/soul and African traditional.

Our reputation for energetic performances has led to various high-profile appearances including:
At Prince’s Trust award ceremonies for HRH Prince Charles
At the House of Commons for the prime minister
Live on SkyTV with Alexandra Burke
The anthems on the Twickenham pitch for both semi finals of the Rugby World Cup 2015
The X Factor 2014 final
The National Gallery Christmas Concert Series
Opening the inaugural JazzFM Awards Ceremony
Supporting Tenors Unlimited and rock bands like Deaf Havana
On stages such as the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, the Royal Festival, Queen Elizabeth and Fairfield Halls
On BBC World and Radio3
For events like the New Voices and Brandenburg Choral Festivals.

The London Gospel Ensemble performs regularly for fundraising activities recently having sung for Great Ormond Street Hospital, African Promise and the International Tree Foundation.

The Ensemble has won both Gold and commendation medals at the Festival of London 2013 and held the GospelTouch Music Awards ‘Best Choir of the Year’ 2014.

The London Gospel Ensemble has just completed it’s first tour abroad in Stockholm leaving audiences on their feet, performing in the British Embassy and even working with three local choirs in order to build bridges for future collaborations.

2 song medley – I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Whitney Houston) and Shackles (Mary Mary)

3 songs Medley- ABC (Jackson 5), Between Here and There (Kurt Carr), Blessing in the Storm-Heaven (Kirk Franklin and Emeli Sande)

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