Entries by LMP

Louise Honeyman – Recollections from Margaret Archibald

Personal Recollections of Louise Honeyman The ‘phone rang. “Is that Margaret Archibald?” “Speaking.” “It’s Louise Honeyman; are you free on…” Just one more musician fixed for a date, but for me this was the beginning of a professional and personal relationship that was quite literally to change my life. It was Louise who booked me […]

Come on an International conducting course

Maestro Jorma Panula Conducting Masterclass with the World Famous London Mozart Players November 26th -29th 2014 This International conducting course has 13 spaces available, and unlimited viewing only participant spaces. The world famous London Mozart Players is one of the UK’s longest standing Chamber Orchestras containing the highest calibre musicians London has to offer. Each […]

London Premiere – November 14

This event is expected to sell out. Tickets from £12. Box office 020 8688 9291 Click here for more details Click here to purchase tickets The London Mozart Players are proud to announce their special concert at Fairfield Halls to mark the centenary of WW1 on Friday 14th November at 7.30pm. This concert is the […]

LMP Plays for “Strictly” Star

The LMP have been asked to play for a charity event for Kristina Rihanoff – professional dancer from the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. The event will be at the Mansion House and those in attendance will include the Prime Minister. Kristina was the ‘Strictly’ professional partner of John Sergeant (2008), Jason Donovan (2011), and James […]

Support the orchestra and promote a concert

You can help underwrite a concert for just £1,000. Supporting the London Mozart Players   The LMP would be delighted to hear from you should you or anyone you know be interested in participating in or supporting the orchestra’s future work programme and activities, sponsoring concerts, education and community projects or becoming a Friend of […]

London Mozart Players: the ultimate comeback kids. Telegraph

Against all odds the London Mozart Players are still fighting fit, says Ivan Hewett. May 28th 2014 This week the London Mozart Players will prove that they really are the comeback kids of the orchestral world. Twice in recent years this fine chamber orchestra has threatened to disappear. The first time was in 2011, when […]

LMP Daily update on China trip – Peter Wright

  Full blog and photos. www.lmporchestra.wordpress.com   May19th/20th Following a short rehearsal in London we all got on a coach and arrived at Heathrow 4 hours early. Lots of time for shopping, eating and drink. Flight left on time. Smooth 12 hour flight and landed bang on time but in a severe storm. We weren’t […]

Piano Concert – half the ticket price comes to the LMP

Dear Friends and supporters, One of the new collaborations we are working on may include booking new upcoming young artists. One or more of the pianists playing in this concert could be invited to play with us. You can go and get a “preview”. We have been offered an exclusive deal on this concert. If […]

A day at Surrey Hills Festival – May 3rd

From a Percussionist point of view. – Surrey Hills Festival – Rodion Shchedrin, Bizet Carmen Suite Preparation. This will be a very long day!  This is a large and complex piece to organise logistically and the percussion parts have been emailed to the percussion players in advance.  Each of the five players have their own […]

David Angel

20th July 1954 – 10th April 2017 David Angel studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Frederick Grinke and Jaqueline Salomons, and had many masterclasses with Lord Menuhin. In 1971 he won an Associated Board Scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Frederick Grinke. He had regular chamber music coaching with Sidney Griller […]

Gala fundraising concert April 29th

LMP Gala Concert A hundred or so people were privileged to attend the most delightful gala concert on Tuesday 29 May.  The concert was genially hosted by Sir Vernon Ellis. Sir Vernon is an eminent businessman, chair of the British Council, and famous for his enduring support to music, especially opera, as recognised by his […]

Judith Busbridge

Judith graduated in Music from Birmingham University and completed her viola studies with Thomas Riebl in Salzburg, where she was solo violist in the Camerata Academica under the directorship of Sándor Végh, a post she held for 5 years. Outside her schedule with London Mozart Players she was, until 2011, a founder member of the […]

Sarah Burnett

When did you join the LMP? 2010 Where else do you work? I’m a member of Britten Sinfonia, The Haffner Wind Ensemble and teach at the Royal College of Music and at the Purcell School.  Any free time after that takes me up and down the country, working for other orchestras as guest principal, as […]

Wiltshire Music Centre

The LMP performed at this wonderful hall on Friday 25th April 2014. We would like to thank everyone involved at the hall for inviting us to perform. Thanks also to Orchestras Live for their support with this event. Howard Shelley was conductor and soloist and gave a great performance – as usual. The program included […]

London Mozart Players Go to China

The orchestra is due to fly to China on May 19th to perform 4 concerts with their Principal conductor Gerard Korsten. Cities include Beijing and Shanghai.