♦ May: London premieres of James Whitbourn’s Magnificat & Nunc dimittis and Tarik O’Regan’s Dorchester Canticles, with both composers present
♦ December: Messiah Performance in Tetbury, with players from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Royal Academy


♦ May: London premiere of Peter Maxwell Davies’ O verbum patris
♦ October: Twentieth birthday reunion concert. Almost forty former singers joined the present choir in a performance of Rachmaninov’s Vespers
♦ November: Private recordings of works by a variety of young and lesser known composers at two open rehearsals
♦ December: Subject of a twentieth birthday feature article in Choir and Organ


♦ March: Invited to Winchester Cathedral to sing the three Sunday services
♦ May: UK premiere of Henryk Górecki’s Songs of Rodziny Katynskie
♦ May: London premiere of James MacMillan’s Invocation
♦ July: Meridian CD recording of works by Granville Bantock
♦ December: St John’s, Smith Square concert under guest conductor, Jeremy Summerly


♦ March: Concert of 21st century music directed by founder, Matthew Greenall and attended by composer, Gabriel Jackson
♦ July: Concert at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge under James Weeks including the world premiere of John Habron’s Salve Regina
♦ September: Bantock CD track selected by Making Music for preview on Classic FM’s The Full Works


♦ May: London Festival of Contemporary Church Music concert, including the world premiere of Paul Stanhope’s Exile Lamentations, co-commissioned by the choir
♦ May: London premiere of James MacMillan’s Tenebrae Responsories
♦ June: St Martin in the Fields concert, including Bach’s F major Mass
♦ July: First public performance of Michael McHale’s musical setting of David Walter Hall’s acclaimed play, Cross Road Blues, at the Hackney Empire