Entries by LMP

£75k raised for our Birthday season

After  launching an appeal to raise £100,000 for our birthday year, we’ve already hit the £75k mark. We’d like to say a massive thank you to all those who have donated so far – your generosity has made this season of exciting concerts and projects possible.   Our 2018/19 Birthday season started with a dramatic opening, […]

70th Birthday Appeal: 35k out of 100k raised in 2 weeks

To coincide with our 70th Birthday season launch, we launched an appeal to raise £100,000 to support the orchestra during its 70th anniversary season and beyond.   In just over two weeks,  we’ve already received generous donations from our friends and supporters amounting to 35% of our target. Donations during our 70th year will be instrumental in […]

LMP free concert at St Pancras 25 September @ 3.30pm

If you are in London on the afternoon of Tuesday 25th September then do come along to St Pancras International Station at 3.30pm where London Mozart Players will be giving a FREE concert near the Eurostar Departure zone. We’ll be celebrating St Pancras’s 150th and the LMP’s 70th birthdays with a performance of Mozart’s Piano […]

Launch of LMP’s 70th anniversary series

The LMP has launched it’s 70th anniversary year with a wonderful concert at its home in Upper Norwood, the church of St John the Evangelist, featuring the UK debut of acclaimed young violinist Radu Kis. This is the first concert in a packed 2018/19 season that will see the UK’s longest established orchestra perform in […]

Ben Rogerson

As well as playing the cello with the London Mozart Players Ben Rogerson is a member of the BBC Concert Orchestra. He spent most of the nought-ies with the Irish Chamber Orchestra and also enjoys playing regularly with the John Wilson Orchestra. With the ICO he toured all over the world giving concerts with artists […]

Jeremy Metcalfe

I suppose it was as head chorister in a third-rate church choir, receiving the Fane Trophy, engraved ‘For General Progress’, that I perhaps realised my prospects of being a celebrated musician were to be down-graded. Being ‘the excellent leader’ (Oxford Mail) of the County Youth Orchestra counted for nothing as a student at the Royal Academy […]

Andrew Roberts

ANDREW ROBERTS studied in London with Carl Pini and in New York with Joyce Robbins. Whilst a student, he was principal 2nd violin of the Britten-Pears Orchestra and the European Community Youth Orchestra. In 1981 he was a founder member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, travelling all over the world and working with conductors […]

Ian Fasham

Ian started playing the tenor trombone at the age of 11, and then joined the Kent County Youth Orchestra on bass trombone in 1974, having been loaned an instrument. He has played at the low end of the section ever since! He went on to study at the Royal College of Music between 1978 and […]

LMP receive new ACE Catalyst grant

We are thrilled to announce that London Mozart Players (LMP) is the recipient of a Catalyst small grant from the Arts Council of England (ACE); these grants are designed to help create a more sustainable and resilient art and culture sector.

LMP reinvents itself ‘triumphantly’

After a wonderful night of music at St John’s Smith Square, with Nicola Benedetti and Leonard Elschenbroich on top form in a thrilling and visceral programme of Beethoven and Brahms, it was gratifying to read Ivan Hewett’s review in the Telegraph which opened with a couple of paragraphs on how the LMP had managed to […]

Neville Osrin appointed new Chairman of London Mozart Players Orchestra Ltd

We are delighted to confirm the appointment of business psychologist and consultant Neville Osrin as the new Chairman of London Mozart Players Orchestra Ltd (LMP) with effect from 1st January 2018. He takes over from Paul Archibald who is stepping down after three years in the role, whilst remaining on the board. Paul, who has […]