It is with great pleasure we publish Epiphoni’s first “new season” announcement, a full year’s worth of mouth-watering performances, starting this Sunday with a preview of our Out of the Ashes programme commemorating 350 years since the Great Fire of London.
Tickets are now available online for our Islington Proms performance on Saturday 24th September.
Launching the first Epiphoni course aimed at improving sightreading for skilled ensemble singers.
Last week we sang our most experimental, but possibly our most successful concert to date. What were the secret ingredients?
A LinkedIn article on overuse of certain, hollow vocabulary in job applications taps into a persistent worry I have about how we musicians use words to promote ourselves and our ensembles.
I’ve admired Tenebrae from the moment I became aware of them so when I heard about a competition for which the reward was the opportunity to share a stage with them, my reaction was: it just has to be us.
In preparation for the Epiphoni Consort’s performance on 10th September Artistic Director Tim Reader identifies five favourite movements of the Rachmaninov All-night Vigil (aka The Vespers), and a favourite recording for each.
Atmospheric candlelight performance, follow-up bookings and lots of praise. A Good Friday!
I’m absolutely over the moon to confirm both our evensong debut at ST Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday 12th August but also that we will be singing Herbert Howells’s mighty St Paul’s Service. Rose responses and Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace (Sumsion) completes the music list. Here’s a thrilling excerpt of the Howells by Trinity… Read more »