The Epiphoni Consort is an award-winning chamber choir

We perform 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.



Fri 29 March 2024

St Peter's Vauxhall

Europe’s Farthest Corners: a meditation for Good Friday

Join Epiphoni with guest conductor Jo Tomlinson for a tour of Europe’s lesser-known choral regions in this reflection of words and music for Good Friday.

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Sat 11 May 2024

Fairfield Halls

Dream of Gerontius with KSO

KSO and Epiphoni return to Fairfield Halls with Elgar’s masterpiece.

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Thu 1 August 2024

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral residency 1-4 August

Thursday 1st August to Sunday 4th August.

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Sun 10 November 2024

Battersea Arts Centre

Immersive Fauré Requiem from memory

With soloists Roderick Williams and Hilary Cronin.

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Selections from our second CD, When Love Speaks

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Sopranos at St Paul's

Epiphoni aspires to be the UK’s leading non-professional choir

Formed in 2014, the choir has developed into a uniquely adventurous and chameleonic ensemble – chamber choir, a symphonic chorus, a one-per-part consort – performing around 15-20 concerts, services, musical plays, and private functions a year in London and beyond.

Most recently the choir was awarded second place at the City of Derry International Choir Festival and a special award for outstanding performance of a piece written before 1750.

The choir has relased 3 CDs on Delphian Records and in 2018 received a a 5-star review from the Arts Desk for a performance they described as “up there with the best professional choirs”.


Performed with complete commitment, it rightly earned a standing ovation … Epiphoni is up there with the best professional choirs

The Arts Desk, Dec 2018

Epiphoni Consort dealt with the exposed choral writing exceptionally well ... otherworldly and robust in equal measure.

Classical Source, from Daphnis and Chloe with KSO

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

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

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

David Nice, Writer and Broadcaster