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
    and performing​

  • Have fun, make friends and feel good!​

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Tuesday, 17 December 

Carol Singing for charity

East Putney Tube Station from 5:45pm

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.