• “…high standard of singing and musicianship…”

    Roderick Williams, Baritone

  • “…absolutely stunning! The choir sounds full, rich, and suffused with warmth…”

    Roxanna Panufnik, Composer

  • “…one of the finest small choral groups of our time.”


  • “…exhilarating verve and brio.”

    London Evening Standard

  • “…singing that is committed and sensitive.”

    MusicWeb International

  • “…well-disciplined, tautly rhythmic performances.”

    London Evening Standard

  • “…outstanding, gifted and deeply musical.”

    Choir & Organ

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Vasari Singers is among the leading chamber choirs in Britain.

Our repertoire ranges from Renaissance to contemporary which we sing with passion and sensitivity, to exacting standards and considerable acclaim. We enjoy performing concerts in major venues in London as well as elsewhere in the UK; singing services at cathedrals, including an annual visit to Canterbury; adding to our extensive and critically acclaimed discography; and touring other parts of Europe.

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Music on Christmas Morning


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Marcel Dupre Celebration
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“…one of the finest small choral groups of our time.”


Committed to new music

Since 2000, the choir has commissioned over 25 new works.

Vasari is a great supporter of contemporary music, with a reputation for seeking out new and challenging modern repertoire. We regularly commission and première works, and have made many notable world première recordings.

The choir is always looking to perform and commission new works, and is actively seeking to promote new British composing talents.

In 2020, we commissioned a new Christmas carol from Helena Paish, an exciting young composer who won the BBC Proms Inspire Competition and then went on to be the youngest composer in the BBC Seven Ages of Woman Project. The carol’s text comes from a poem by Anne Brontë entitled ‘On Christmas Morning’ and, in December that year, we made a video recording of it in lieu of the live performance we’d planned for our cancelled Christmas concert. Previous to that, 2014 saw Vasari working with British composer Jonathan Rathbone. Best known for his close-harmony Swingle Singers arrangements, Jonathan also has a deep understanding of sacred choral music (indeed, Vasari has premiered and recorded two of Jonathan’s anthems) and the première concert and subsequent CD which was released in Autumn 2015, the first recording on our VasariMedia label, were both received enthusiastically.

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