London Lawyers' Music (LLM) is a thriving amateur performing music society, whose aim is to contribute to the musical life of London and provide our members with opportunities to participate in some thrilling music making. That was the aim of our founding members thirty years ago, and remains the same today.
LLM comprises the London Lawyers' Symphony Orchestra and the London Lawyers' Chorus. We put on five concerts each year - three joint concerts and two featuring just the orchestra. Concert venues are typically churches in the City or West End of London. Regular venues are St James's Piccadilly, St Paul's Knightsbridge, St Lawrence Jewry, Temple Church, LSO St Luke's and St Andrew's Holborn.
Handel: Dixit Dominus, HWV 232
Monteverdi: Magnificat II from Selva Morale e Spirituale
A Concert for Children
Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf
John Ashton Thomas: A new commission in memory of Helen Sibthorp
The Orchestra performs two concerts on its own each year (usually in November and April) and accompanies the Chorus in one or more of their choral concerts
Accompanied by the London Lawyers’ Symphony Orchestra, we are able to sing choral works ranging from a capella miniatures to some of the largest choral works written
London Lawyers' Music has a membership of over 100 and welcomes new singers and players. Join as a singer, player or as a patron.