Patron: HRH The Prince of Wales
Chorus Master: Gavin Carr
Accompanist: Timothy End
Arts Council England

Reviews

Don Giovanni

Mozart - Don Giovanni
Orchestra of Classical Opera conducted by Ian Page
Cadogan Hall, London, 17 June 2016

The Philharmonia Chorus made Zerlina and Masetto's friends suitably charming, whilst being dark-voice demons at the end.
Robert Hugill, www.planethugill.com

Carmina Burana

Orff - Carmina Burana
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit
Royal Festival Hall, London, 31 May 2016

What a splendid job Stefan Bevier has done with the Philharmonia Chorus, here unanimous, lusty, charismatic, candid..

Colin Anderson, www.classicalsource.com

OAE Mahler 2


Mahler - Symphony No.2 'Resurrection'
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by Vladimir Jurowski
Royal Festival Hall, London, 12 April 2016

The Philharmonia Chorus sang with power and passion...
Matthew Rye, https//:bachtrack.com

The choir clinched the Finale with superbly controlled pianissimo singing.
Peter Reed, www.classicalsource.com

The Philharmonia Chorus made a magically hushed entry
John Allison, The Telegraph

The skilfully controlled quiet entry of the Philharmonia Chorus, very hushed singing by many voices, when it is done as well as this, always creates a special moment.
Barry Creasy, www.musicomh.com

Jurowski led a performance that was remarkably detailed, totally involving, and in the finale positively cataclysmic. The Philharmonia Chorus sang with highly charged fervour.
Richard Fairman, Financial Times

Vasily Petrenko


Mahler - Symphony No.2 'Resurrection'
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vasily Petrenko
Royal Albert Hall, London, 22 March 2016

..the Philharmonia Chorus were spectacular in the closing passages.
Gavin Dixon, www.theartsdesk.com

Petrenko was aided and abetted by the admirable Philharmonia Chorus
Jim Pritchard, www.seenandheard-international.com

John Powell

John Powell - A Prussian Requiem - World Première
Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by José Serebrier
Royal Festival Hall, London, 6 March 2016

Powell was honoured here by a première that could surely not have been improved upon. The Philharmonia Chorus was excellent, responding to a composer who writes gratefully and knowingly for voices.
Robert Matthew-Walker, www.classicalsource.com