The London Humanist Choir is the foremost community atheist, humanist, secular choir.
We formed in April 2009 with the support of the British Humanist Association, and made our debut at the BHA AGM in July 2009, performing John Lennon's "Imagine", a rendition of William Shakespeare's poem "Fear No More" and Thomas Hood's poem "I love you".
Since then have performed at numerous BHA events as well as Robin Ince's Nine Lessons and Carols for a Godless People (2009, 2010, 2012), Relief-O-Matic (2010) as part of Protest the Pope, the AHS Convention, and Ancestor's Trail (2011), the evolution-themed walk across the Quantocks.
Our repertoire is wide ranging, including classical pieces, the oldest known folk song, humanist ceremony music, Tim Minchin and the Flaming Lips to name but a few.
We have also conducted workshops, for example at the AHS Convention where we taught an arrangement of one of our more popular songs to some of the delegates, who performed the piece to their peers afterwards.