LSC was founded in 2001 by a group of talented young singers with Liverpool connections. The group is committed to promoting the values of performance, and to exploring the human qualities of music-making. LSC specialises in music from sixteenth, seventeenth, twentieth and twenty-first century England – presenting choral works in a plain and unpretentious manner so that their performance may be seen as an appropriate gesture in twenty-first century life.

LSC is delighted to be working with the people of Liverpool in the run-up to Liverpool 2008 – a celebration of the cultural vibrancy of one of Europe’s great cities – and is grateful for support from the John Lewis Partnership.


Current Projects

In 2007-08, LSC will focus on music from 16th and 17th century England, continuing to record works by Thomas Morley, William Child, Thomas Tomkins and Pelham Humfrey for a forthcoming CD release.

LSC in Oxford

LSC will be resident at Pembroke College, Oxford from 26-31 August this year. By kind permission of the master and fellows, LSC will be recording in private at the Damon Wells chapel of Pembroke College, and will sing in a liturgical performance at the University Church at 6pm on Thursday 30 August under Music Director Andrew Mellor. All are welcome and attendance is free of charge.

All of our projects happen only thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and supporters; if you are able to support LSC financially in however small a way, please contact us - we'd be delighted to hear from you.