The London Orchestra Project is a new venture where principal players from London’s professional orchestras sit side-by-side outstanding students and recent graduates from London’s music colleges.

In this way, students on the cusp of a professional orchestral career directly benefit from the experience and knowledge of some of the UK’s finest orchestral musicians, who in turn have a direct influence on the development of the next generation of professional players.

The London Orchestra Project gave its first concert last season in a programme featuring Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht and Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with international soloist Michael Collins. Players from the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, London Sinfonietta and English Chamber Orchestra worked alongside students from the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Trinity Laban Conservatoire. Read a review of the concert here.


27 May 2018 at 19:30, LSO St Lukes, London, EC1 V 9NG

Ligeti: Ramifications
Bartok: Divertimento
Strauss: Metamorphosen (for 23 solo strings)

For this concert, we’re delighted to be joined by the following players:

Stephen Bryant – Leader, BBC Symphony Orchestra
Jonathan Ayling – Co-Principal Cello, Royal Philharmonic
Norbert Blume – Prinicpal Viola, BBC Symphony Orchestra
Phil Hall – Sub-Principal Viola, BBC Symphony Orchestra
Errika Horsley – Co-Principal Viola, Birmingham Royal Ballet
Charles Mutter – Associate Leader, BBC Concert Orchestra
Dawn Neller – Co-Principal 2nd Violin, BBC Symphony Orchestra
Benjamin Roskams – BBC Symphony Orchestra
Miranda Fulleylove – London Sinfonietta
Enno Senft – Principal Bass, Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Mark Sheridan – BBC Symphony Orchestra
Tim Walden – Principal Cello, Philharmonia Orchestra

Tickets are available here.