Requiem to Cancer 2022

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+ £1,558.75 Gift Aid

For the third time, Requiem to Cancer returns to Covent Garden for its biennial 24-hour come-and-sing marathon of Requiem masses written throughout the ages

Our story

Back in 2015, Simon Wood decided to raise funds for Cancer Research UK by organising an event that focused on his passion for singing choral music. Instead of doing a simple come-and-sing event he went big. Very big. The first event in 2016 was a marathon of learning and performing Requiem masses over a 24-hour period with singers from all over the country in a central London venue. It was so successful, we did it again in 2018 and raised even more. So far the total raised exceeds £68,000. Sadly, we lost Simon in 2019 but a few of us had committed to him to run a third event and try to reach the £100,000 mark. So, here we are. This page enables you to create your own fundraising page through which your friends and family can donate, with the amount raised being included within the overall Requiem to Cancer total. Thank you very much.

Latest donations


Helena Veiga de Oliveira

Donated to RtC 2022 Singers on 04 Jun 2021



Alex Davidson

Donated to Requiem to Cancer 2022 on 11 May 2021


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Fiona C

Donated to RtC 2022 Singers on 09 May 2021


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For all the patients past and present who I have looked after during my 40 year career as a cancer nurse and for research for the future.


Paula Lambe

Donated to Requiem to Cancer 2022 on 04 May 2021


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Kathryn Porter

Donated to RtC 2022 Singers on 19 Apr 2021


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Had a wonderful few weeks preparing for the Faure Requiem with the Sonoro Choir. A great cause to raise money for too.



Donated to Requiem to Cancer 2022 on 08 Apr 2021


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Total raised£12,447.26



With Cancer Research UK Giving Pages more of the money raised goes towards beating cancer sooner. Aside from the credit and debit card fees, every penny donated goes to Cancer Research UK.

All donations made to this page will automatically be transferred to Cancer Research UK.