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
Soprano Jane Hanson launched One Day One Choir, a global choral project for peace, in 2014. After a slow start it is now snowballing into an exciting project supported by all kinds of arts,
OK, yes I admit it. I, Olivia Clark, Soprano in the London Philharmonic Choir, am a Proms Virgin (aka PV). Don’t judge. Before writing this article, I am ashamed to say I hadn’t even
Will Parsons (Bass), is looking forward to our performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony as well as many of the choral highlights at this year’s BBC Proms. On Sunday 24th July, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal
Tenor Iain Handyside recently spoke with Sir Mark Elder to ask him about our upcoming performance of Carl Maria Von Weber’s Der Freischütz with The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment: Why was Der
Fiona Duffy, Alto, has sung Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture thirty times – but she still loves it and here’s why… Plundered When some people think of Tchaikovsky, they think of his ballets. But I think
On Friday 6th May, we will be teaming up once more with Sir Karl Jenkins to perform his Requiem, as well as his most recent choral work, The Healer: A Cantata for St Luke.
Marking the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, Bass Richard Miller, currently completing a degree in composition and conducting at the Royal College of Music, looks at the the bard’s influence on choral repertoire. Serenade to