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London Orchestra Project

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Co-founded by James Ham and Stephen Bryant, the London Orchestra Project is a new venture where principal          players from London’s professional orchestras sit side-by-side outstanding students and recent graduates from London’s music colleges. For this concert, we are delighted to be joined by the following players:


STEPHEN BRYANT – Leader, BBC Symphony Orchestra


NORBERT BLUME – Principal Viola, BBC Symphony Orchestra


TIM WALDEN – Principal Cello, Philharmonia


ENNO SENFT – Principal Bass, Chamber Orchestra of Europe


DAWN BEAZLEY – Co-principal 2nd Violin, BBC Symphony Orchestra


JONATHAN AYLING – Co-prinicipal Cello, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


PHIL HALL – Sub-principal Viola, BBC Symphony Orchestra


ERRIKA HORSLEY – Co-principal Viola, Birmingham Royal Ballet


MIRANDA FULLEYLOVE – London Sinfonietta


BENJAMIN ROSKAMS – BBC Symphony Orchestra


MARK SHERIDAN – BBC Symphony Orchestra


The programme for this is LIGETI – Ramifications, BARTOK – Divertimento and STRAUSS- Metamorphosen. I’m looking forward to working alongside conductor, James Ham, my peers and the new generation of players coming into the profession. Do come along and support this exciting new project on Sunday 27th May 2018 at 7.30pm at LSO St Lukes, 161 Old Street, London, EC1V 9NG.


Tickets £15, £5 (under 18s and full time students)


Available at lso.co.uk and barbican.org.uk


Box office:020 7638 8891


London Orchestra Project is generously supported by Angus Alnatt Foundation, Garrick Charitable Trust, Leche Trust


londonorchestraproject.co.uk