The London Symphony Chorus is one of the UK's leading choirs, performing regularly at the Barbican and other venues.
Formed in 1966 to complement the work of the London Symphony Orchestra, the Chorus consists of over 160 amateur singers from all walks of life. Whilst maintaining a close association with the LSO, the London Symphony Chorus partners with other leading orchestras around the world.
From its creation the Chorus, under the direction of eminent musicians including John Alldis, Arthur Oldham, Richard Hickox, Stephen Westrop, Joseph Cullen and from August 2012 Simon Halsey, has continued to expand its wide repertoire of music including the commissioning of new works.
presented with pungent immediacy by the London Symphony ChorusThe Guardian - "Equal Voices" by Sally Beamish - Barbican - 3rd November 2014
Watch an extract from the October 2007 performance of Haydn's Die Schöpfung.
Sir Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra, Sally Matthews, Ian Bostridge, Dietrich Henschel and the London Symphony Chorus at the Barbican Hall.