An accessible and friendly amateur choir that performs to professional standards
We sing .....
a wide range of choral works, from anthems and oratorios to secular pieces dating from the 17th to 21st centuries
three major performances a year with professional soloists and full orchestra.
in cathedrals throughout England, at annual residencies
Christmas carols on the streets of SW London to raise money for local charities
Singing in the Thames Philharmonic Choir is an opportunity to:
Develop your voice and understanding of music
Enjoy a sense of achievement from perfecting
Have fun, make friends and feel good!
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Tuesday, 17 December
Carol Singing for charity
East Putney Tube Station from 6pm
Tuesday, 7th January
First rehearsal of the spring term
Granard School, Putney
Saturday 28th March
Beethoven - Mass in C
Mozart - Solemn Vespers KV339
Cadogan Hall, 7:30pm
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.