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The excellence of the London Symphony Chorus is something one is in danger of taking for granted, so it was good to hear them on their own, sans LSO.Seen and Heard - Rachmaninov Vespers - Barbican 1st December 2014
presented with pungent immediacy by the London Symphony ChorusThe Guardian - "Equal Voices" by Sally Beamish - Barbican 3rd November 2014
The London Symphony Chorus rising magnificently to the challenge of Maxwell Davies's very tricky scoreThe Daily Telegraph - Peter Maxwell Davies Symphony No. 10 - Barbican 4th February 2014
It was the London Symphony Chorus that in many ways stole the show with focussed and unanimous singing that survived every microscopic detail that Gergiev (and Simon Halsey, chorus director) extracted from it . . .the preparation and delivery was top class.Clasical Source - Berlioz's "La Damnation de Faust" - Barbican 9th November 2013
A thrilling performance [...] The chorus, especially in the Wolf's Glen, enthralls, as does the orchestra, rising to every challenge, urgent or lyrical, heroic or poetic.Fiona Maddocks - The Observer Reviewing Weber: Der Freischütz (LSO, Sir Colin Davis) 12th May 2013