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Bottesini’s Requiem

In our latest recording for Naxos, the Joyful Company of Singers joined forces with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Tom Martin to record Bottesini’s Requiem. Giovanni Bottesini (1822 – 1899, Italy) was best known as a double … Continue reading

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31st October 2013 ‘Rachmaninov Vespers’ – Brandenburg Choral Festival, London

Where: St Martin in the Fields When: 21:30 – 22:30 John Allison wrote in the Telegraph earlier this year that our April 2013 performance of the Vespers was one of the “highlights” of the Brandenburg Choral Festival. Having packed out … Continue reading

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Review of the Three Traditions

Many thanks to Bernard Hughes who not only attended our concert but was kind enough to speak very highly of it. Highlights of his review (click here for the full piece in all its glory) “Throughout, the choir were tight, … Continue reading

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