London Repertoire Orchestra

If you love playing in orchestra but get a little bored of repetitive rehearsals then the LRO might be what you are looking for…

WHAT WE DO

At LRO we play through a different work each week and enjoy making excellent progress during that session. We occasionally perform and there is growing demand for us to play for charity concerts and with choral societies. When playing for concerts we dedicate one full LRO session to rehearsing each piece and have a full rehearsal on the day of the concert, so there is always a large range of works played each term.

Remaining sessions in SUMMER TERM 2015

May 06 –  Mozart: Symphony No 35

2222 2200 Timp Str
Conductor – Mike Fage

May 13 –  Sibelius: Symphony No 4
2222 4230 Timp Str
Conductor – Francis Griffin

May 20 –  Haydn: Symphony No 31 (Hornsignal)
1200 4000 Timp Str
Conductor – Peter Davies

May 27 HALF TERM HOLIDAY

June 3 –  Schubert: Symphony No 4
2222 4200 Str
Conductor – Mike Fage

June 10 –  Brahms: Symphony No 4
2d1,222+1 4230 Timp Perc Str
Conductor – David Cutts

June 17 –  Chausson: Symphony in B flat
2+122+bass3 4431 Timp Harp Str
Conductor – James Ross

June 24 –  Mendelssohn: Symphony No 4
2222 2200 Str
Conductor – David Cutts

OUR NEXT CONCERT

November 28 Challow Park Hall, Wantage
Mozart: Overture Don Giovanni
Poulenc: Concerto for Organ, Timps and Strings
Beethoven: Symphony No 2

FUTURE CONCERTS

April 23, 2016 St James’ Piccadilly
Beethoven: Symphony No 6

WHEN WE MEET

LRO meets on Wednesday evenings, 19:00 – 21:30, during term times, with a break for half term.

WHERE WE MEET

St Joseph’s Church Hall
15 Lamb’s Passage
EC1Y 8LE

The Church and hall building was originally a Victorian School, it is situated in the right angle bend in Lamb’s Passage. See map…

Underground Stations: Old Street, Moorgate, Barbican

HOW IT WORKS

We do not have a permanent conductor and are therefore able to invite from a pool of freelance professionals who would not be able to commit to a weekly rehearsal.

Wind players audition for positions and are a required to attend all sessions or to provide a deputy.

String players can come along when they are able; ideal if you would like to play in an orchestra but cannot commit to a weekly session.

WHAT IT COSTS

Full Term £65 (£35 concession)
Per session: £7.00 (£4.00 concession)
Concession rates apply to students, unwaged and pensioners.
Student String Players: Free of Charge.

INTERESTED IN JOINING US?

Please contact us…

WHO WE ARE

Many of our players studied their instruments at RCM or RAM in their youth and now enjoy music as teachers or amateur players.

Chairman:    David Cutts
Leader:        Tina Bowles
Librarian:     George Marshall
Membership Secretary: Liz Cutts
Treasurer:  Christopher Marshall
Webmaster:  Liz Cutts