Welcome to London Pro Musica Choir!

London Pro Musica is an auditioned, mixed-voice choir based in London, Ontario, Canada. We perform an extensive range of classical music–from the medieval to the contemporary–both for accompanied and unaccompanied voices.

We are accepting auditions for all voice parts.  Auditions will take place on dates and times that are mutually agreeable, determined by demand.  If you are interested, please visit our “Contact” page and send us an email.

Save these dates for upcoming concerts in our 2018/2019 season:

November 25, 2018 – Snow on snow…on snow
                                     Songs for a Midwinter’s Night at 7:30pm at First-St. Andrews United Church, London under the direction of guest Conductor Paul Grambo.
Let us help you get in the Christmas spirit with an evening filled with familiar Christmas music.

December 1, 2018 – 7:30 pm – Handel’s “Messiah” at First-St. Andrews United Church with London Symphonia under the direction of Conductor Kevin Mallon.  Ticket prices are $47 (General), $60 (Premium) and $17 (Student).  Tickets are available through the London Symphonia website, which you can access by clicking here: https://www.londonsymphonia.ca/tickets-1/

March 9, 2019 – “Creation” with Fanshawe Chorus London at Dundas United Church.  We will be joining the chorus to help them celebrate their 50th anniversary!

April 28, 2019 – Great Hymns and Anthems with guest Conductor Dr. Vicki St. Pierre. Location to be confirmed.

                                         Artistic Director Search
The London Pro Musica Choir is actively seeking a creative, energetic professional
choral conductor with the vision to lead us into the next chapter in our artistic
growth, building on our forty‐seven year history as an auditioned, community
choir performing at the highest amateur standard.

This is a part‐time position, directing weekly rehearsals, and conducting 3‐4
concerts per season.

The London Pro Musica Choir is a 40+‐voice, self‐governing London‐based choir
known for presenting varied and dynamic concerts with passion and conviction.
Our season introduces audiences to choral music ranging from classical to jazz,
and from folk to gospel ‐‐ music that is exciting and fresh but always embedded in
the ancient art of choral singing.

The ideal candidate will:
1. Be qualified as a professional choral conductor, with a high level of
musicianship, leadership and interpersonal skills, extensive knowledge of
choral repertoire and the ability to lead a large choir and, on occasion, an
2. Enjoy working collaboratively with the volunteer Board of Directors elected
by members of the choir, and with choir members in all areas of the choir’s
activities including concert production, fundraising, marketing and

This position takes effect July 1, 2019, at the beginning of the 2019‐2020 season.

The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2018. Opportunities may be
offered to various candidates to conduct a rehearsal of the choir as part of the
interview process.

Interested candidates should submit a letter and a resumé outlining their relevant
background and qualifications, to:

Nancy Knowles, Choir Vice‐President