Upcoming engagements

  • Saturday 14th March 2015 at 7.30pm

    A Mother's Pride : The London Oriana Choir

    St Paul's, Covent Garden, Bedford St, London WC2E 9ED

    On the eve of Mothering Sunday, join Dominic Peckham and The London Oriana Choir in the stunning setting of St Paul's Covent Garden for a spellbinding evening of choral music dedicated to the love of Motherhood.

    With music from Brahms, Jansson, Whitacre, Holst, Mozart and Allain.

    www.londonoriana.com

  • Wednesday 18th March 2015 at 10.00am

    Sound Connections with Dominic Peckham

    Rich Mix Theatre, Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA

  • Friday 20th March 2015 at 7.30pm

    'Les Fleurs et les Arbres' : The Fourth Choir

    Two Temple Place, London WC2R 3BD

    One of London's finest Chamber Choirs begin's their 2015 performance calendar with a rousing and inspirational programme of music celebrating the coming of a new season and a new dawn.

    www.thefourthchoir.com

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  • A Mother's Pride : Celebrating Mothering Sunday with a world premier in Covent Garden

    20th January 2015

    A Mother's Pride : Celebrating Mothering Sunday with a world premier in Covent Garden
    Ticket's available now at eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-mothers-pride-tickets-15453951184

    To commemorate Mothering Sunday, Dominic will be conducting a world premier by British composer - Toby Young in the renwon 'Actors Church' - St Paul's Covent Garden. The critically acclaimed ...

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  • Dominic travels to Africa for 'Big Sing Kenya'

    6th February 2015

    Dominic travels to Africa for 'Big Sing Kenya'
    Dominic conducts for thousands of celebrating audiences goers in Kenya

    Dominic recently travelled to Nairobi, Kenya to host and conduct 'Big Sing Kenya' as part of HillFest - a celebration of 50 Years of Hillcrest International School hosted by Christopher Wheeler. 

    Working with singers from across Kenya, Dominic spent 3 days creating and devising a programme of music especially for this ...

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