What to Expect at a London Chamber Orchestra Concert

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If you’ve never been to a classical music concert before and don’t know what to expect, here’s what you’ll experience at a London Chamber Orchestra concert. 

Did you know that the orchestra has recently removed its dress code in a move towards inclusivity and freedom of expression? We want the orchestra to directly mirror our audience, so there is no stuffy formality that you would usually associate with classical music. Come wearing whatever you like, and show appreciation however you like. This article tells you a bit more about our commitments to diversity, equality and inclusivity:


Our next concert is at 7.30pm, Tuesday 22 February, at St John’s Smith Square, London and will be finished by 9.30pm. This iconic and beautiful building is an amazing place to behold aesthetically (it’s very instagram – please tag us in your photos!). The first half of the programme has two pieces in it, one by Mozart and the next is a world premiere by living composer Nicholas Korth who is also playing the solo French horn line (the curly brass instrument, if you don’t know it!). There’ll then be a 20 minute break for you to grab a drink and stretch your legs a bit. The second half starts with a piece by Britten, which inspired Nicholas to write his piece, and finishes with Mozart’s most uplifting and energising symphonies. Our Music Director, Christopher Warren-Green is conducting the concert but also presenting, so he’ll introduce each piece and let you know what to expect. Join us downstairs for the afterparty, we’d love to meet you.

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