Welcome to Epiphoni

The Epiphoni Consort is an award-winning chamber choir performing music of all eras and styles to a professional standard across London and beyond.

With two competition awards, BBC Radio and TV appearances, and a critically acclaimed debut CD, the choir has firmly established itself as one of London’s foremost ensembles.

A choir which is amateur in the original sense of the word but whose performances are truly professional.

— Cathedral Music, Review of When Love Speaks


New CD and BBC Proms Commission

7 June 2021

Epiphoni begin work on their third album due for release on Delphian Records in mid-2022 showcasing the music of BBC Proms commissionee Bernard Hughes.

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My soul needs music

9 June 2020

A guest post from our alto Rose Dixon reflecting on the recording process of our new album, out later this month.

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A day out in Canterbury

29 January 2020

A lovely day trip to Canterbury to sing the Rach Vespers.

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Belshazzar’s Feast with KSO

Fairfield Halls

With Kensington Symphony Orchestra. Information to follow.

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Please see our Discography page

Epiphoni aspires to be one of the UK’s leading non-professional choirs.

Established in 2014, the choir has developed into a uniquely adventurous and versatile ensemble – an elite chamber choir, a chorus, and a professional consort – performing around twenty concerts, services, dramatic performances, weddings and private functions a year in London and beyond.

Winners of Tenebrae’s Locus Iste competition in 2015, the choir was signed to Delphian Records the following year and released its debut CD, Sudden Light , in 2017 to critical acclaim.

In December 2018, ahead of our fifth anniversary, a 5-star review from the Arts Desk declared “Epiphoni is up there with the best professional choirs such as Tenebrae and Sonoro.”

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Excellent interpretation … real verve and commitment … riveting

— Peter Phillips, The Tallis Scholars (2015 LIACCC)

It’s so obvious right from the minute you start singing that you have a passion for choral singing, and excellence in choral singing. It’s a very vibrant sound.

— Paul Phoenix, PurpleVocals / The King's Singers

I rate my audience experiences based on whether it makes me want to be up there making music with the performers. I give you an emphatic yes

— Johannes Roose, Conductor, Melbourne Sinfonia

…the choir’s interpretation of Strauss’s Deutsche Motette was finer than the BBC Singers’ Proms performance..

— David Nice, Writer and Broadcaster