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Serafine Chamber Choir is made up of some of the most talented young conductors in the country, all of whom have been taught by director, Manvinder Rattan. Serafine is made up of professional singers, teachers and students, all of whom share a passion for high quality music making as well as their own love of conducting. The Sinfonia is made up of both seasoned and young professional players, along with students from the London conservatoires.

Serafine enjoyed an illustrious debut performance in July 2012 at the Grosvenor Chapel, London, performing a programme of Bach and Handel in the company of Lucy Crowe, Tim Mead, Robert Murray and Matthew Rose and players from the OAE and the Academy of Ancient Music, raising over £2000 for the charity Songbound.