Campfire Club Fridays | London Contemporary Voices (Featuring Anil Sebastian, Cerian & Connor Roff)

7.30pm to 11pm @ Glengall Wharf Garden

£10 online

Campfire Club Unamplified

CAMPFIRE CLUB RETURNS FOR 2017:
Every Friday from May to September

A concert like no other… unamplified, outdoors and round a fire; surely this is the only way to really hear music.

Since the dawn of song, by the flickering embers and starry skies all walks of man and woman have gathered in song and celebration, to tell the stories and while away an evening. This is how it was, and at London’s Campfire Club, how it still is; acoustic, intimate. Every Friday from late spring right through to autumn we indulge you in the specially sourced talents of local and itinerant musicians from all over the world, nestled in several secret secluded leafy pockets of inner city London. Bringing the Nest Collective’s finest choices of artistry from the realms of folk, traditional and world music right through to contemporary song makers. Those that find it know something very magical is being felt and heard.

>> 2nd June – Campfire Club <<

London Contemporary Voices

A fire-side evening of immersive surround performances by London Contemporary Voices and its’ artists. 

“Get a box of tissues ready – the affect that London Contemporary Voices have when they sing on anything is absolutely spine-tingling” (Edith Bowman, Virgin Radio UK)

London Contemporary Voices choir will perform an evening of intimate un-amplified performances specially curated to embrace the diverse and wide artistry from within the choir’s community.

Artists and soloists from within the choir will perform their own original songs. Their sets will reflect the magical interplay between intimate and expanse that makes outdoor un-amplified music so unique and breath-taking. Each act will feature an a cappella song reflecting each individual artist’s unique voice and sound.

Featured soloists incclude:

Cerian – “Spellbinding and ethereal, Cerian is a sensational performer with a unique and captivating voice, capable of astonishing heights.” Folking Around

Anil Sebastian – “A gorgeous listen from start to end…brave at every turn…Sebastian is frighteningly talented” Line Of Best Fit

Connor Roff – “Chasing Dreams is an engrossing return from a rare talent. Flexible, fragile and breezy.” Clash Music

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ABOUT LONDON CONTEMPORARY VOICES

London Contemporary Voices (LCV) is London’s leading alternative choir. LCV has previously collaborated with with Elbow to Alt-JSam Smith to Nitin SawhneyEska to Imogen Heap as well as Rachel Sermanni, Sam Brookes, Martha Tilston and Luke Sital-Singh.

LCV has in its six years of existence built a solid reputation for its collaborations and its unique covers of popular contemporary songs. The choir was first formed for an appearance with Imogen Heap at her 2010 Love The Earth concert at the Royal Albert Hall, and has since then been involved in over 350 projects including performing at most major venues in Londonsuch as the O2 Arena, Royal Albert Hall, Barbican, Royal Festival Hall, Roundhouse and Brixton Academy. LCV has undertaken studio recordings, backing vocals, TV, radio, flash mobs, corporate events and even several Burberry fashion shows; and the choir has performed with numerous household names ranging from Sam Smith, Joss Stone, Basement Jaxx, Elbow (LCV singers feature on the band’s UK Number 1 album Little Fictions), Alt-J and Laura Mvula.The choir also appears on the soundtrack to stage play Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.

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Campfire Club

London Contemporary Voices

Anil Sebastian

Cerian

Connor Roff

Venue Info:
Glengall Wharf Garden

Tucked away from all the noise, based on a woodland ecosystem, Glengall Wharf is a community garden with a certain summerly charm.

64, Glengall Road, Peckham, SE15 6NF

Directions >

We are at the eastern end of Burgess Park on the Surrey Canal Walk, about 15 minutes from Peckham town centre.

From Peckham, walk between the library and the Peckham Pulse (pool) and keep walking along the leafy Surrey Canal Walk. Continue under two bridges and eventually you’ll have the old wharf wall to your right. The garden is above that. Buses 63 / 363 to Trafalgar Avenue. Get off at the Waite St stop and walk back towards the Surrey Canal Walk. Buses Old Kent Road 21, 78, 53. 353, 172 stop 10 minutes walk from the garden up Glengall Road.


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