♦ January: Royal Festival Hall foyer concert, part of the South Bank Centre’s Festival for the Living
♦ August: At Hereford Cathedral, singing the three weekend services
♦ September: Radio 3 broadcast of the choir’s private recording of Ian Stephens’ The Ecchoing Green
♦ November: World premiere of Alexis Kirke’s stock market trading floor opera, Open Outcry in the Egyptian Hall, Mansion House Telegraph preview (photo →)


♦ February: Live world premiere of Ian Stephens’ Funeral Blues on Radio 3
♦ May: Concert of music by Bob Chilcott for the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, with the composer in attendance
♦ September: At Salisbury Cathedral, singing the three weekend services
♦ November: Spirit of Christmas Present CD of contemporary seasonal music launched
♦ December: Live on Radio 3′s In Tune afternoon programme


♦ January: Launched on Facebook
♦ February: London premiere of three of Henryk Górecki’s Five Kurpian Songs (No. 5 available on YouTube)
♦ March: YouTube channel brought online
♦ June: English Music Festival concert
♦ October: Tour to the Czech Republic


♦ May: English Music Festival concert
♦ September: Handel extravaganza for charity at the Mansion House, introduced by the Lord Mayor of London
♦ October: Recorded Timepieces, a CD of six works premiered by the choir
♦ November: Britten centenary concert at St John’s Smith Square 100 years to the day after the composer’s birth
♦ November: Private recordings of Michael Zev Gordon’s There we sat down and Richard Baker’s Huiusmodi sunt omnia released on NMC


♦ January: Private recording of Sir John Tavener’s The Lamb to lead the Global Echo project in memory of the composer
♦ March: Posthumous first performance of Sir John Tavener’s Monument to Beethoven at the Royal Festival Hall
♦ April: Tour to Malta and Gozo
♦ July: Timepieces CD launched