The Portrait Choir is the first choir-in-residence programme at any museum or gallery in Britain. The Choir perform a wide repertoire of choral works throughout the year inspired by the Gallery’s Collection and exhibitions

Sir John Tavener by Michael R. Taylor, 2001; George Frideric Handel by Thomas Hudson, 1756; Sir Edward Elgar by Herbert Lambert, for Elliott & Fry, 1942. All © National Portrait Gallery, London

choir-events
Information and dates for all the Choir’s upcoming performances.
about-the-choir
More on the creation of the Choir and its role at the Gallery.
the-artistic-team
Find out more about some of the members of The Portrait Choir.