Saturday 10 June 2017St. John's Smith Square 7pm
Piano Concerto no.1TchaikovskySymphony no.5Masayuki Tayama (piano)Adrian Brown (Conductor)
The orchestra plays to a high standard and is a mixture of conservatoire students and excellent amateurs. We perform 4-5 concerts per season in St John’s, Smith Square or Cadogan Hall, and meet for around 4 rehearsals in central London during the two weeks leading up to each concert.
We work with top soloists including Alina Ibragimova, Thomas Gould, Lawrence Power, Tim Hugh, Piers Lane and Benjamin Grosvenor. Conductors include Orlando Jopling, William Carslake and Adrian Brown.
There is a waiting list for most of the sections, but we welcome guests and new players even if you may not be able to play in all the concerts.
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The Royal Orchestral society has a rich and eventful history, including concerts with Henry Wood, Edward Elgar, Arthur Sullivan, Fritz Kreisler and Pablo Casals. Read more.
Our performance of the Britten War Requiem with the London Chorus on 30 November 2014 at Cadogan Hall has been described as triumph. The soloists were Geraldine McGreevy, James Gilchrist and Ashley Riches, and the children's choir were from the Church of St John the Divine, Kennington.
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BACH in the SUBWAYS
This took place on Sunday 20 March 2016
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Waterloo Station, Waterloo Road
Concerto for 2 Violins