Since its inception in 1966, the LSO has performed and recorded a phenomenal number of works and some of them an extraordinary number of times. The Chorus was originally set up for a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 (“The Resurrection&
Composer and BAFTA winner for his television documentary series on the theatre and history of music, Howard Goodall has now joined Simon Russell Beale as Patron of the London Symphony Chorus. For more information about him, please click here.
2016 is a very special year as we will be celebrating our 50th anniversary. The year with the London Symphony Orchestra contains many choral works, ranging from Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms” through Haydn’s “The Seasons
The 2017/18 season began with changes in the area of the Chorus’s Vocal Development. We now have four new voices coaches who will be working with us to continue the vocal development of the Chorus, both as individuals and to develop the quality of our c
Gianandrea Noseda opens the London Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-2017 season with Verdi’s monumental Requiem at the Barbican, with performances on Sunday, 18th September and Tuesday, 20th September. A cast list of outstanding Italian opera stars has been