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.
The loyal friends of the LMP made donations to help make this new website possible. Also the individual players of the orchestra each contributed £60 each. A big thank you everyone.
Snapped by David Wilson, our General Manager, at a concert in the district of South Holland. Read more
The London Mozart Players are delighted to welcome back acclaimed pianist and director Howard Shelley for the first of three programmes this season. Read more
The LMP will return to ‘St John’s Smith Square’ in 2014 with concerts from Howard Shelley, Angela Hewitt and Gerard Korsten. Read more
The London Mozart Players’ weekend at the Grand Hotel is now a permanent and popular fixture in the hotel’s calendar. See below for more information about the weekend and how to book… Read more
See below for LMP highlights feature, concert details, friends and booking information. Read more
Jonathan Dove, one of the UK’s top contemporary composers, and winner of an Ivor Novello Award, will be writing a new cantata to be performed by the London Mozart Players as part of Croydon’s First World War Centenary commemorations next year. Read more
London Mozart Players launches its 2013/14 season at Fairfield Halls, Croydon featuring a host of internationally acclaimed artists and conductors. Browse the Fairfield Classical season brochure below. Read more
Cathy Elliott – Double Bass
Cathy first played with the London Mozart Players in December 1984 shortly after returning to the UK from Italy. Her relationship with the orchestra goes back another decade when courtesy of a school friend’s mother, Eva Gruenbaum, who played violin in the orchestra she used to attend the LMP’s regular Wednesday evening concerts at the Royal Festival Hall with Harry Blech,
Cathy is now co-principal bass with the London Mozart Players as well as a member of The Academy of St Martin in the Fields and the orchestra of the Rambert Dance Company.
Since returning from studies in Italy with Lucio Bucarella and Franco Petracchi, Cathy has devoted a significant amount of her time to teaching and training string teachers. She has taught students at the Royal College, Royal Academy and Guildhall Junior and Senior departments and has a thriving private practice of students aged 6 to adult.
Cathy is co-author of the Guildhall School’s Millennium Award winning Essential String Method, published by Boosey & Hawkes and has also written and published two double bass tutors Ready Steady Go! and An Introduction to Thumb Position on the Double Bass. From 2004-2009 Cathy was Chair of the Management Committee for the British branch of the European String Teachers’ Association and then from 2009-2012 Project Director. In 2009 the International Society of Bassists recognized her as a Young Bassists Ambassador and in 2014 she was the recipient of the ESTA Award for services to ESTA.
Think that Classical Music isn’t for you? Worried you’ll clap in the wrong place? Love music but not sure whether you like it ‘classical’? LMP’s GET IN concerts launch at Fairfield Halls in Autumn 2013 Mind expanding, extraordinary and deconstructed… Read more
Well folks, I think Mr Bailey and his crew of LMP musicians may be on to something here. The children are not only producing and creating some amazing (and very diverse) material Read more
Kyrie from Roxanna Panufnik’s Schola Missa de Angelis
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Latest LMP News
- Piano Explored starts tomorrow at St John’s Smith SquareTuesday, 16 October, 2018 - 3:06pm
- A New Season of Concerts & a Website to MatchTuesday, 9 October, 2018 - 9:48am
- 70th Birthday Appeal: 35k out of 100k raised in 2 weeksTuesday, 25 September, 2018 - 8:58am
- LMP free concert at St Pancras 25 September @ 3.30pmSunday, 23 September, 2018 - 12:14pm
- Launch of LMP’s 70th anniversary seriesSunday, 23 September, 2018 - 1:00am