On Good Friday, April 18, the Philharmonia Chorus took part in a performance of Szymanowski's Stabat Mater in Polish in the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge, as part of the 2014 Easter at King's Festival, with Polish soloists Aleksandra Zamojska (soprano), Anna Radziejewska (alto), Jarosław Bręk (baritone).
The Chorus also performed the Lacrymosa by Lutosławski in a programme that also includes The Protecting Veil by John Tavener. The BBC Concert Orchestra was conducted by Stephen Cleobury, and the concert was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
On 22 and 23 March, the Philharmonia Chorus took part in two performances of Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem in the Laeiszhalle, Hamburg, with soprano Chen Reiss, baritone Christian Gerhaher, and the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jeffrey Tate. These are some of the reactions on Facebook and Twitter:
'By far the best performance of Brahms I have ever heard. The concert on Sunday was even better than on Saturday. Thank you and see you soon hopefully.'
'Der Chor ist fantastisch.'
'The work has never sounded like this. What a magnificent chorus! '
Listen to the performance given on Sunday 23 March:
VII. Selig sind die Toten
On Sunday 23 February, the Philharmonia Chorus took part in a performance of Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem with soprano Sally Matthews, baritone James Rutherford and the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Andris Nelsons at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
At the Royal Festival Hall, London on 12 February the Philharmonia Chorus performed a programme of French music with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under their principal conductor, Charles Dutoit.
Soprano Nicole Cabell joined the Chorus for a performance of Poulenc's Gloria, and after the interval the Chorus took part in a complete performance of Ravel's Daphnis and Chloé. The concert was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
The Philharmonia Chorus was at the Royal Albert Hall again on Tuesday 17 December with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Choir of King's College, Cambridge under the baton of Stephen Cleobury.
The Chorus performed Handel's Coronation Anthem The King Shall Rejoice, Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Bach's Wachet Auf, and of course some festive carols
The Philharmonia Chorus for the first time joined Katherine Jenkins for her Christmas Celebration at the Royal Albert Hall at 7.30pm on Monday 9 December.
Katherine was also joined by the Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines, and German opera group Adoro. The Chorus performed Handel's Zadok the Priest, as well as providing the choral accompaniment to Katherine's Christmas songs. The London Philharmonic Orchestra was conducted by Anthony Inglis.