London Choirs | The London Symphony Chorus - Formed in 1966, the London Symphony Chorus (LSC) is one of London's most established choirs, and is led by Simon Halsey.

  • Join a London Choir - Join The London Symphony Chorus | London Symphony Chorus - Prospective members wishing to join the LSC can attend an audition or trial rehearsal. Contact Aoife McInerney, on 07884 251716 or email [email protected]
  • Apply online to join the London Symphony Chorus (LSC) | London Symphony Chorus - Fill in our online application form if you wish to become a member of the London Symphony Chorus (LSC)
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) about The LSC | London Symphony Chorus - Most frequently asked questions about the London Symphony Chorus-includes information on how to attend auditions, listen in on rehearsals, rehearsal location.
  • X FACTOR to LSC-Florentina Harris' story | London Symphony Chorus - LSC member Florentina Harris is interviewed and asked what it was like getting through to the final stages of the X-Factor 2014 competition.
  • LSO Sing-Providing Singing Opportunities in London | London Symphony Chorus - LSO Sing is an outreach project organised by the London Symphony Orchestra in partnership with the LSC, providing singing opportunities to people of all ages.
  • Choral Development | London Symphony Chorus - The Chorus is undertakes a rigorous programme of continuing vocal and choral development to ensure that it continues to perform to the highest standards with
  • About us | London Symphony Chorus - The London Symphony Chorus is one of the UK's leading choirs, performing regularly at the Barbican and other venues. Formed in 1966 to complement the work of
  • Presidents and Patrons | London Symphony Chorus - President: Sir Simon Rattle OM CBE Sir Simon Rattle was born in Liverpool and studied at the Royal Academy of Music. From 1980 to 1998, Rattle was
  • Recordings | London Symphony Chorus - The London Symphony Chorus is one of the world's foremost concert choirs and is established as one of classical music's leading recording artists. Our
  • What the critics say | London Symphony Chorus - That London chorus, 130 strong, projected hushed mystery, hell-storming outbursts and everything in between with utmost ease. New York Times - Verdi Requiem -
  • 50 Years | London Symphony Chorus - Celebrating 50 years: Building the future of Choral Music Throughout our 50th anniversary season in 2015 - 16 we were able to look back on a rich history of
  • Support Us | London Symphony Chorus - Support us Donate today LSC Friends and LSC Patrons LSC American Friends Legacies Companies Trusts and Foundations Your support is
  • Music Hire | London Symphony Chorus - The London Symphony Chorus has an extensive music library that is available for hire. This database contains details of everything we have available and is
  • Contact Us | London Symphony Chorus - We are always interested in talking about possibilities for collaboration. If you'd like to talk to us about a potential project, please contact our Choral
  • The LSC and the Verdi Requiem | London Symphony Chorus - Gianandrea Noseda opens the London Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-2017 season with Verdi’s monumental Requiem at the Barbican, with a performances on Sunday, 18th
  • LSC Season 2016-17 | London Symphony Chorus - Listing major upcoming concert events for the 2015-2016 season for the London Symphony Chorus, starting in September 2015.
  • LSC’s first 50 glorious years | London Symphony Chorus - 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
  • Rachmaninov “All-Night Vigil” released on LSO Live | London Symphony Chorus - In their first LSO Live spotlight release, the London Symphony Chorus have recorded Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil, which they have performed several times,
  • Howard Goodall is new LSC Patron | London Symphony Chorus - 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
  • Schumann: “Das Paradies und die Peri” – recording released | London Symphony Chorus - In his review in Sinfinimusic (22nd October 2015) of the recording on LSO Live of Schumann's "Das Paradies und die Peri", conducted by Simon Rattle, Gavin
  • Simon Halsey awarded the Queen’s Medal for Music and CBE | London Symphony Chorus - The award was presented to Simon by the Queen during a reception at Buckingham Palace, followed by a performance from the London Symphony Orchestra. It came as
  • Tour to New York – 2016 | London Symphony Chorus - 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
  • X Factor to LSC | London Symphony Chorus - Florentina Harris, a members of our Soprano section took the plunge and auditioned for the X Factor. Click here to find out what happened next..........
  • “The Hogboon” – world premiere of new opera by Peter Maxwell Davies with Simon Rattle and the LSO | London Symphony Chorus - The Chorus’s newly-appointed President, Sir Simon Rattle, will be conducting a new community and children’s opera by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, “The Hogboon” on
  • LSO / Noseda / Verdi: Requiem | London Symphony Chorus - Gianandrea Noseda opened the London Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-2017 season with Verdi’s monumental Requiem at the Barbican, with two London performances. The

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