Reggae Choir is an exciting non-audition, non-religious, contemporary ensemble, open to all who enjoy singing reggae music, regardless of skill or experience.
Formed in 2012 by award-winning singer-songwriter Fola Phillip, Reggae Choir have performed at many indoor and outdoor events and festivals including the U.K’s largest reggae and dub festival ‘One Love’, Citadel Festival, The London International Ska Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Fairfield Concert Hall, a sell-out show at world Famous Jazz Café in Camden Town, Hackney Empire, Hayling Island Reggae and Soul Weekender and The Royal Academy of Arts to
name but a few.
Reggae Choir have also performed alongside legends like Sandra Cross, Janet Kay, Tippa Irie, Winston Reedy, Black Slate and Dennis Bovell and shared line ups with Johnny Clarke, Horace Andy, Prince Hammer and many other well known and much loved reggae artists.
“Reggae music is a much-underserved genre even though it has had a massive impact on popular culture for over 50 years. I wanted to create spaces where the music can be celebrated and shared in its many wonderful forms.” Fola Phillip