18th April 2014
Strauss extravaganza at St John’s Smith Square
20th September 2014
The choir’s major concert hall debut setting down its stall as an ambitious outfit, performing Strauss’s Deutsche Motette in 20 parts, and collaborating with an orchestra to put on his Four Last Songs.
The Christmas Truce
20th December 2014
Epiphoni’s first of many forays into combining music with drama, in a play by Rufus Stilgoe re-imagining the truce of Christmas 1914 on the Western Front.
Suffolk weekend and wedding
6th June 2015
Epiphoni sings at its first wedding in the Cathedral of the Marshes, Suffolk and has its first away weekend.
19th September 2015
Epiphoni reach the Grand Final of the London International A Capella Choir Competition and are awarded second prize.
Tenebrae competition win and concert appearance
19th November 2015
Epiphoni are awarded first prize in Tenebrae’s Locus Iste competition and invited to perform with them on stage for their CD launch. Hear our winning recording of Locus Iste here.
BBC4 TV appearance
1st January 2016
The choir appear on TV for the first time on New Year’s Day 2016 in the Tom Service-fronted The Joy of Rachmaminov in which we sing three movements of the All-Night Vigil. Filmed at St Sophia’s Cathedral in Bayswater.
Terry Pratchett Memorial at the Barbican
21st April 2016
#SpeakHisName: Epiphoni invited to sing Spem in Alium by Thomas Tallis at Terry Pratchett’s memorial event at the Barbican
Out of the Ashes
24th September 2016
Marking 350 years since the Great Fire of London with music and readings by Rufus Stilgoe
Epiphoni hit the recording studio
28th October 2016
Epiphoni take to the studio – a very cold St John’s Upper Norwood – to record their debut disc of music by David Bednall on Delphian Records.
Choir & Organ cover story
1st July 2017
Artistic Director Tim Reader is interviewed in July’s edition of Choir & Organ, and the choir feature on the front cover.
Debut CD, Sudden Light, is released
21st July 2017
Sudden Light: Choral Works of David Bednall, Epiphoni’s debut CD, is released on Delphian Records
28th October 2017
Marking 100 years since the Russion Revolution, a fictional account of an encounter between Arthur Ransome and Sergei Rachmaninov by Rufus Stilgoe
Beethoven 9 with Southbank Sinfonia
21st June 2018
Epiphoni join forces with Southbank Sinfonia to perform Beethoven’s setting of Schiller’s Ode to Joy, a vision of eternal unity and brotherhood.
Bachfest with CLS
20th October 2018
Three performances in a week with City of London Sinfonia. B Minor Mass and Singet dem Herrn, collaborating with Roderick Williams, John Butt, Robin Blaze and many more.
The Christmas Truce revival with Hadley Fraser
15th December 2018
Armistice-year revival of The Christmas Truce, starring Hadley Fraser and Matt Mella. The performance received a 5-star review in The Arts Desk.
6th April 2019
The founder members of the choir recreate our first photoshoot!