• May 2nd: St Teresa’s School, Effingham. 7.30pm. Surrey Hills International Music Festival

    Gala Concert with Natalie Klein and Dmitry Sitkovetsky.
    Tchaikovsky: Orchestral Suite No.4 ‘Mozartiana’
    Bruch: Kol Nidrei for Cello and Orchestra
    Ravel: Tzigane for Violin and Orchestra
    Part: Fratres
    Mozart: Symphony No.33 in B flat major, K319

  • Meet The London Mozart players

    Scroll down to learn more about the London Mozart Players or click the button below to visit our about page and download our new handbook.

    About Us

Meet the London Mozart Players

Formed in 1949 by Harry Blech, the London Mozart Players is a versatile ensemble that ranges in size from full chamber orchestra (around 40 musicians) to smaller chamber groups, trios and quartets. This is one of the ensemble’s greatest strengths: being able to perform any type of chamber music in venues both big and small.
The orchestra can perform with a conductor or with a soloist/director from the violin, as was usual performance practice in the eighteenth century.

“… the London Mozart Players, an ensemble of the highest qualities”

Aachener Zeitung

“Polished and meticulous playing from the London Mozart Players… every note a rediscovered treasure.”

Oxford Times

“The finale sounded rapturously warm in this world premiere with the LMP under Gerard Korsten.”

Sunday Times review, March 2012

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