The New London Sinfonia is a fully professional Symphony Orchestra that was formed some thirty years ago from talented young instrumentalists, as they emerged from the London Colleges and Conservatoires. The orchestra comprises players from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, the Philharmonia, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and many other top ensembles in the country. Based in London, the orchestra has performed throughout the south of England; at St John’s Smith Square, Guildford, Winchester and Chichester Cathedrals, and all the major concert halls, gaining an ever-increasing reputation for the quality of its work.
Although specialising in the accompaniment of opera and choral works, in recent years the orchestra has also received critical acclaim for performances of purely orchestral repertoire, leading to a growing number of engagements. The ensemble is versatile and flexible, ranging from 5 players to 75, and performing repertoire from early baroque to demanding 20th century scores.
Recent successes have included highly successful premieres of new works by Dominic Muldowney and David Bedford, recording the soundtrack for the feature film Panic, distinguished performances of Beethoven and Brahms Symphonies, and accompanying outstanding soloists, including saxophonist, John Harle, flautist Adam Walker and the brilliant clarinettist, Julian Bliss.
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