"A wonderfully optimistic performance, full of energy and sharply defined, revelling in an almost paradoxical quality of reverent jubilation, but very Mozartian. It clearly impressed the audience."- from a review of Mozart's Requiem with Thames Philharmonic Choir, Cadogan Hall 2006, by composer Kevin Jones.
New Members welcome - to sing one of the most famous and loved choral works of all time: Mozart's Requiem. The Thames Philharmonic Choir rehearsal on 23 January is o...
Sing Mozart & Bernstein from scratch at an Open Rehearsal with the Thames Philharmonic Choir
Tuesday, 23 January at 7.30pm, Granard School, Putney, SW15 6XA
An opportunity to see what it’s like to sing with the Thames Philharmonic Choir with the possibility of taking part in Mozart’s Requiem and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms at Cadogan Hall, London on 10 March.
We run through the concert programme under the inspiring direction of Artistic Director John Bate, and finish in time...
Thames Philharmonic Choir Artistic Director John Bate, with wife Sally (L), and Aine Lark (C), Chair of Kingston Arts and Festival Director.
Cafe at Court Farm Garden Centre.
TPC Artistic Director John Bate was honoured for his impressive contribution to the performing arts in Kingston. The presentation, by Deputy Mayor Mike Head was on behalf of Kingston Arts, a charitable organisation that promotes professional and amateur performers in the area.
Your Choir Needs You! We're on a recruiting drive, and every member can help us find new singers. A regular influx of new members keeps a choir fresh, alive... and financially viable.
Recruiting leaflets (see below) will be at the first rehearsal of the term on 12 September, for members to take and hand out to their friends, music teachers, local churches, libraries, schools and other institutions. Put your choral thinking caps on and imagine who might be interested,...