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.
Soprano Charlotte Cantrell shares her highlights for our busy Autumn season, and forgives Beethoven in the process. I can remember the conversation with my mum over a decade ago, when working out which choir