Please contact us via the contact page if you would like us to perform at your event.

We have two upcoming concerts this summer, 1 June in London and 5 July in Brighton.

Armenian and Russian Song concert – 1 June, London

St Cuthbert’s Church
50 Philbeach Gardens
London SW5 9EB

London based Armenian Klingen Choir and Cultural Association (KCCA) and London Russian Choir (LRC) are collaborating for the first time to present a spectacular programme of Armenian and Russian songs performed by both choirs at the magnificent St Cuthbert’s Church in Kensington. 7pm. £15 incl. booking fee.

For more information and booking please follow this link.


5 July 2019 – Brighton

Four choirs from London and Brighton & Hove will present Songs of the Steppes and the Shtetl: a rare selection of songs from two East European cultures, Russian and Yiddish.

St. Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park, Brighton BN2 9ZB. 7.30pm.

4Participating choirs:
The London Russian Choir
The Brighton & Hove Russian Choir
The London Yiddish Choir
The Brighton & Hove Chutzpah Choir

Part of St. Luke’s Music & Wine Concert Series

Tickets on the door £7/£5.


Polina Shepherd (Russia / UK), the leader of all four choirs, will welcome you to the world of Russian and Yiddish music by presenting each song.
The concert will include an interval and refreshments will be available.

Yiddish songs are hugely varied. Some are spiritual and liturgical, others come from the Yiddish theatre and cinema, or describe the diverse lives of Jewish people across Eastern Europe. The London Yiddish Choir and Chutzpah explore all these traditions and builds on them, adding four-part arrangements of folk songs, contemporary compositions and some improvisation, inviting the audience to sing along and join the singers in celebration of Spring and Culture.

The Brighton & Hove and the London Russian Choirs promote a wide range of music from Russia including traditional lyrical songs, ritual calendar music for pagan holidays, wedding songs, dance songs and other folklore. Another part of the repertoire is Art Songs (Romances) from the 18th-19th centuries (much loved by native Russians). as well as classical pieces by Russian composers (Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky etc).

The choirs are led by Polina Shepherd under the umbrella of The Polina Shepherd Vocal Experience , which covers many aspects of vocal music, from solo voice to large scale choral improvisation, and from highly arranged and conducted choir pieces to smaller chamber groups.