Ronald Corp

Conductor & Composer


Details of upcoming concerts and works featuring Ronald Corp as Composer and Conductor

Composer profile

The Pelican

Ronald Corp has recently completed an opera based on the chamber play by August Strindberg for four singers and small ensemble. Details.

Stainer & Bell have just published Ronald Corp’s simple yet poignant and rhythmically sensitive setting of Never weather-beaten sail, available here


Composer Profile 

Cargoes (premier) New London Children’s Choir, Sunday 19 March, Milton Court

Dover Beach Elysian Singers, Saturday 25 March, St Paul’s Covent Garden

Letters from Lony performance by mezzo soprano Sarah Pring, the Chilingirian Quartet

and pianist Andrew Brownell, Proms, 28 June at St Jude’s, North London

Conducting Diary

Mozart, Berkeley, Elgar St john’s Smith square 1 March London Chorus

Delius Sea Drift, Elgar Music makers, Highgate Choral Society Saturday 11 March

Mahler 5 with Duet Philharmonic at Royal festival hall Monday 10 April.


25 March Reproaches for Good Friday, St Alban the Martyr, Holborn

21 April An Essex Posy – excerpt Voces 8 at St Pater’s Eaton Square

23 April This Scepter’d Isle St Michael’s Highgate

5 May Missa San Marco The Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy

4 June Riddle me this premiere at Frinton Festival

7 July  What you do still betters what is done premiere at St Vedast’s

3 Sept  The Revival by the Cathedral Chamber Choir
conducted by Matthew O’Donovan at St Gabriel’s Pimlico

24 September Housman Songs to be sung by Ben Alden at English Song
Recital at Penkhull Festival, Staffordshire

20 October What you do still betters what is done’ and Fear no more the heat o’the  sun 
London Chorus St Mary Magdalene Minster Square Choir

5 November And all the trumpets sounded by the  Guildford Philharmonic Choir

10 November songs from Fields of the fallen, London Song Festival

Annual Overviews

Conductor profile

8-19 February – recording session for Dutton with BBC Concert Orchestra

25 February – New London Children’s Choir perform Hurd Captain Coram’s Kids’ for Foundling Hospital

7 March RFH Vaughan Williams’ Sea Symphony and premiere of Behold the Sea.

25 June Bach B minor Mass Highgate Choral Society

5 July Ramirez Misa Criolla etc London Chorus at St Martin in the Fields.

20 October What you do still betters what is done’ and Fear no more the heat o’the  sun
London Chorus St Mary Magdalene Minster Square

12 November Highgate Choral Brahms Requiem

2015 summer/winter

1-4 May Highgate Choral Society in Portugal and in London 16 May perform Crux fidelis and Never weather-beaten sail

10 May Missa San Marco at St Alban the Martyr, Holborn as part of the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music

21 May Highgate Choral Society sing Crux fidelis and Never weather-beaten sail in St Michael’s Highgate

9 July St Vedast – at 1.05 –  performance of songs  in a recital in the City of London Festival
‘Voices of London: Songs of the big  smoke’.

19  July Aled Jones played i carry your heart on Classic FM

14  November An Essex Posy – Chigwell Choir

8 and 10 December Susanni sung by the London Chorus

10 December various songs in recital by Gareth John at St Giles, Cripplegate

17 December Premiere of Before the paling of the stars by
Lloyd’s Choir, St Katherine Cree Church, London.


the london chorus

THE LONDON CHORUS conducted by Ronald Corp

2015 Season

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HIGHGATE CHORAL SOCIETY conducted by Ronald Corp

2015 Season

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New London Children’s Choir

Ronald Corp has worked with children’s choirs for over 25 years, particularly with the NLCC which he founded in 1991 with the aim of introducing children to the challenges and fun of singing and performing of all types of music.

Read more about the New London Children’s Choir

2016 Season

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To celebrate Ronald Corp’s 65th birthday, Highgate Choral Society joins forces with The London Chorus, New London Children’s Choir, New London Orchestra and soloists Rebecca Evans – soprano, Roderick Williams – baritone at the Royal Festival Hall, Monday 7th March

As well as Britten’s scene-setting, atmospheric Four Sea Interludes from his 1945 opera, Peter Grimes, and Vaughan Williams’ epic Symphony No 1 (A Sea Symphony), the all-British programme will include the world premiere of Behold, the Sea composed by Ronald Corp especially for the occasion.

In aid of Help Musicians UK.