St. Luke´s Senior Choir Bridging Cultures Through Song

Church Window Mask

Friday 15 September 1.10pm

Discover the harmonious voices of St. Luke’s Senior Choir, an ensemble hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina. This voluntary choir, composed of students ranging from 1st to 6th year of secondary school, skilfully blends Latin American and English-language music, showcasing the unifying power of diverse melodies. 

  • Getting here

    We are at 197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, about 200 yards from Piccadilly Circus.

  • Online streaming

    This concert will be streamed live on our YouTube channel at 1:10pm.

  • Unveiling Unity: With an eclectic repertoire, St. Luke’s Senior Choir connects cultures and languages through their heartfelt performances. Their dedication to both Latin American and English pieces resonates with audiences, highlighting the universal emotions that music conveys.

    Harmony Beyond Borders: St. Luke’s Senior Choir isn’t confined to the stage—they bring their enchanting music to Buenos Aires and beyond, spreading joy through numerous city concerts. Their annual choral festival in La Cumbre, Provincia de Córdoba, reinforces connections between choirs and celebrates the communal spirit of choral music.

    Join us for an unforgettable experience with St. Luke’s Senior Choir. Their passionate commitment to cross-cultural melodies creates a unique musical journey that transcends boundaries and unites us all.

    Classic and Devotional Music Hanacpachap Cussicuinin Juan Pérez Bocanegra (Perú) Gloria Athos Palma (Argentina)
    An Irish Blessing John Dixon (England)
    Latin American Folk Music El Mochilón Mike Laure (México) – Arr. R. Fischer Berimbau B. Powell (Brasil) – Arr. J. Stafforini
    Tres cantos nativos dos indios Krao Marcos Leite (Brasil) La Vieja Hnos. Díaz (Argentina) – Arr. J. Stafforini
    Fuego en Animaná C. Isella (Argentina) – Arr. J. Stafforini
    Argentinian Popular Classics Rezo Por Vos García / Spinetta (Argentina) – Arr. J. Stafforini
    Seguir Viviendo Sin Tu Amor L. A. Spinetta (Argentina) – Arr. J. Stafforini

    Conductor: Juan Camilo Stafforini