On Saturday we will be celebrating our 70th Anniversary, singing Tallis’ Spem in Alium and Mahler’s 8th Symphony with our friends the London Symphony Chorus, The Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Tiffin Boys Choir
Alto Christine Allison is tepid on Mozart, but warm on his Requiem: I know there are plenty more people out there who like Mozart’s music, as a whole, far more than I do. I’m
Soprano Jenni Kilvert is about to get married – so of course she is the perfect person to tell us about Choral Music and Love… Love is a many splendored thing Love lifts us
Bass Stephen Hines finally gets the chance to sing The Creation by Haydn with us tonight – and he’s delighted: Splendid! After 14 years of singing with London Philharmonic Choir, I think this is
Our Chairman, Ian Frost, shares his thoughts on the current season – and the exciting one to come. Today has seen the launch of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2017/18 season, a great programme of
Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh, Soprano and Honorary Secretary, loves Christmas – and this year she is excited to be singing Handel’s Messiah for the first time. Christmas is a special time of year. A few days
This week we will be preparing to sing Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis with Sir Mark Elder at The Festival Hall on Saturday. Male Alto Noel Chow has had a turbulent relationship with the masterpiece, but
Tess Bartley loves Verdi’s Requiem. A soprano and also our Choir Manager, she fell in love with the mass at school and shares her stand-out moments from the choral masterpiece. 1992 was an epic year.