Philharmonia Voices

You can hear the Philharmonia Voices in Dedham Church on Tuesday 2nd October

Tickets are just £12.50, £7.50 for everyone aged 25 and under, or £22.50 for the best seats.

The Philharmonia Voices was founded by Aidan Oliver in 2004 at the invitation of the Philharmonia, one of the world’s great orchestras. He brought together some of the finest young singers in the country and the choir has since established itself as one of the most exciting professional choruses in London, attracting consistently high praise in a wide range of repertoire.

They are incredibly flexible, able to pull off superlative 10-voice acapella performances like the one we will hear at Roman River Festival, and also huge choruses in which guise they have performed Verdi’s Requiem under Riccardo Muti, Mahler’s Third Symphony, the Singin’ in the Rain soundtrack and the first live presentation of Kubrick’s film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

The choir has performed in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and in the prestigious Holy Week Festival in King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, performing with Simon Callow. Philharmonia Voices has also worked with Samuel West and Tim Pigott-Smith, and with the early music ensemble His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts.