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

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