To begin 2017, I am posting a link to the Blog of one of the Original and longer standing Members of the Choir, Mish Aminoff. Mish is a photographer and
It has been a sad time for the Choir. As director, I get to know people very well who come regularly to choir. Often if people come early, we share
Over the summer we were working hard on a Video project. We were filming a Video to promote a recording which will be pre-released on the Movimientos Label next year.
The London Lucumi Choir has been very honoured to feature on the stage with Britain’s finest Salsa Musicians. You may be asking what does an Afro-Cuban Spiritual Choir have to
On Thursday 5th May 2016, The London Lucumi Choir presents the celebration of our second CD “Lullaby for Naila”. Our celebration takes place at Rich Mix in Shoreditch. This album was
Over the past year, the London Lucumi Choir have been preparing their third album dedicated to the Orishas Oshun and Obatala. Recording is a learning experience and working with different
Our Choir Time Line, Our projects from Performing to recording
Oloshas United, look for things going on where you live! http:/https://www.facebook.com/groups/1512000625738935/ What a wonderful movement. Oloshas uniting to do all sorts of beautiful ceremonies, prayer circles, song and dance classes,
When our first ever full length properly recorded and produced, mastered and pressed CD got released, needless to say we all perceived it as an amazing achievement. “Why?” You may ask!
How do members of the choir learn? Some of the harmonies can be quite complicated. Members sometimes feel daunted by the learning of harmony. But there really is no