Tuesday, 7th January

First rehearsal of the spring term 

Granard School, Putney

Saturday 14th March

Jumble Sale

St. Pauls Community Centre

1 - 3pm 

Saturday 28th March

Beethoven - Mass in C  

Mozart - Solemn Vespers KV339

Cadogan Hall, 7:30pm


Saturday 16th May

Come and Sing - Mozart Requiem

All Saints Church, East Sheen  10am - 5pm


  • a wide range of choral works, from anthems and oratorios to secular Following government advice about the Covid-19 pandemic, Thames Philharmonic Choir's planned concert on 28 March at Cadogan Hall has been cancelled.  We are in the process or organising refunds for all tickets purchased through TPC and where purchases have been made directly with the concert hall, the box office will be contacting ticket holders within the next 14 days.  

We have also reluctantly cancelled our Come and Sing, planned for Saturday 16 May and our Kingston concert on Saturday 13 June.  We very much hope that the Lichfield Cathedral Residency from 31 July - 2 August will go ahead and are looking into ways of offering members online tutorials.


All choir rehearsals have been suspended until further notice.  Music Director Harry Bradford and Accompanist James Orford are working with us to investigate and develop ways of maintaining the Choir community and to enable us to   continue singing, using the new technologies available.

There will be members who need help and the committee is working with volunteer choir members to set up a shopping/errands lifeline as soon as possible

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Welcome Harry Bradford

“I love the thrill of conducting a group of willing and responsive singers, of shaping the music and feeling the energy that’s released from communal music-making.” Harry Bradford









Thames Philharmonic has appointed rising star Harry Bradford as its new Music Director, with effect from September. Harry has already established a reputation for choral conducting with Genesis Sixteen and at Cambridge University. He follows in the footsteps of founding Conductor John Bate, who has retired after 55 years in the role.