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
Susi Underwood, our Alto Rep, has been helping us with our pronunciation in the Brahms Requiem, and looks back on Maestro Kurt Masur, to whom our performance on April 9th is dedicated. The Altos
New soprano and Londoner, Sarah van Staveren, explains why she joined London Philharmonic Choir and shares her experiences over her first few months. In July 2015, I moved 5,711 miles from Shanghai to London
Over the last few weeks one of our sopranos, Suzannah Lipmann, has been helping us wrap our tongues around the Polish text for our upcoming performances of Szymanowski’s Stabat Mater. Here she shares some insights into the
So the word is out. Finally after literally years the London Philharmonic Orchestra has published its 16/17 season. It was back in April 2014 just after I became chairman, that I met Tim Walker, CEO
Welcome to our new website, updated to coincide with the launch of the LPO’s 2016/2017 season.