The Epiphoni Consort is an award-winning chamber choir

We perform music of all eras and styles to a professional standard across London and beyond. With two competition awards, BBC Radio and TV appearances, and a critically acclaimed debut CD, the choir has firmly established itself as one of London’s foremost ensembles.


27 January 2022

CD release date, cover art and session photos

Release date of Epiphoni's third recording announced as 27 May 2022.

Read more

7 June 2021

New CD and BBC Proms Commission

Epiphoni begin work on their third album due for release on Delphian Records in mid-2022 showcasing the music of BBC Proms commissionee Bernard Hughes.

Read more

9 June 2020

My soul needs music

A guest post from our alto Rose Dixon reflecting on the recording process of our new album, out later this month.

Read more


Fri 24 June 2022

St James Islington

Precious Things: album launch

Informal cabaret-style evening with drinks and nibbles, featuring a live performance of selections from the disc, alongside an interview and Q&A with the composer.

Read more and get tickets


Selections from our third CD, Precious Things

album artwork
Sopranos at St Paul's

Epiphoni aspires to be one of the UK’s leading non-professional choirs.

Established in 2014, the choir has developed into a uniquely adventurous and versatile ensemble – an elite chamber choir, a chorus, and a professional consort – performing around twenty concerts, services, dramatic performances, weddings and private functions a year in London and beyond.

Winners of Tenebrae’s Locus Iste competition in 2015, the choir was signed to Delphian Records the following year and released its debut CD, Sudden Light , in 2017 to critical acclaim.

In December 2018, ahead of our fifth anniversary, a 5-star review from the Arts Desk declared “Epiphoni is up there with the best professional choirs such as Tenebrae and Sonoro.”


Performed with complete commitment, it rightly earned a standing ovation … Epiphoni is up there with the best professional choirs

Bernard Hughes, The Arts Desk, Dec 2018

Epiphoni Consort dealt with the exposed choral writing exceptionally well ... otherworldly and robust in equal measure.

Classical Source, from Daphnis and Chloe with KSO

I rate my audience experiences based on whether it makes me want to be up there making music with the performers. I give you an emphatic yes

Johannes Roose, Conductor, Melbourne Sinfonia

It's so obvious right from the minute you start singing that you have a passion for choral singing, and excellence in choral singing. It's a very vibrant sound.

Paul Phoenix, PurpleVocals / The King's Singers