For centuries to the present day, music has been at the heart of the Temple, an oasis lying between the City of Westminster and the City of London. The historic buildings in Inner and Middle Temple and the ancient Temple Church continue to be the setting for outstanding choral music and other art-forms.

The twelfth century church with its famous organ and choir has been associated with numbers of distinguished musicians and composers; the première  of Sir John Tavener´s all-night epic piece, The Veil of the Temple took place here in 2003 to great acclaim.

Wednesday Lunchtime Organ Recital Series, 1.15-1.45pm
We are also delighted to have re-instated our Wednesday Lunchtime Organ Recital Series after the restoration of our Harrison & Harrison organ.  Click here for a list of this season’s recitals.

Thursday 12th November, 7.30pm: John Rutter Birthday Celebration
The Temple Church Choir and Winchester College Quiristers
Temple Players and Meridian Brass
Greg Morris organ
Roger Sayer and Malcolm Archer conductors
Tickets: £35 £25 £15 £10.  Click here to book.