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"Hallelujah!": Reflections on life in the London Philharmonic Choir – Past, Present and Future. Presented by Daniel Snowman

As part of our anniversary celebration, we have gathered a number of past and present choir members to tell their stories about the London Philharmonic Choir. Why did they choose to join the LPC? What was the audition like? Did ladies really wear hats to rehearsals? What's it like rehearsing and performing under the world's top conductors? And what really goes on during those foreign tours, of which the LPC has had so many in recent years? Get to know us by listening to our six podcasts especially produced for our 60th Anniversary season.

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6 – Where We've Been – and Where We're Going

Join the LPC and see the world. Here's a 'Hallelujah' to the next 60 Years!

9mins

4 Jun 2007

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5 – Some Choice Unforgettabilities

Times, places and events that none who were there will ever forget.

12mins

28 May 2007

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4 – How Does the Choir Work?

What the backroom boys and girls in the LPC have to do to get the show on the road.

14mins

21 May 2007

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3 – Memorable Maestri

What has it been like singing under great conductors such as Sir Adrian Boult, Bernard Haitink, Sir Georg Solti and Kurt Masur?

13mins

14 May 2007

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2 – Why stay?

Many reasons: a rehearsal evening can revive flagging spirits, especially under a good Chorus Master. And there might be more personal reasons for staying, too...

9mins

7 May 2007

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