If you have any information you'd like to appear here about a non-professional orchestra you conduct, play in or know of, let me know: ku. Warehouse Waterloo and performance venue, 2 eve rehearsals and one all day, plus on-day and concert. Eleanor Merton. The aim of the orchestra is to play highly satisfying, top-notch concerts to raise money for small scale, international humanitarian projects. The band is made up of top amateurs, semi and full pros, no-one is paid. Aeolian Sinfonia of North London.
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UK Amateur Orchestras - London (inside the M25)
Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website or Facebook Page :. We have a policy of welcoming all ages and a wide range of abilities from St Albans and beyond. This leads to a varied mix of musicians which produces fresh and stimulating results. We normally give three concerts each year We don't believe there are many villages that have their own symphony orchestra full of committed and talented players, under a professional conductor. Abbots Langley does! We are a community orchestra with members of all ages who come from a 40 mile radius.
Directory of Amateur Orchestras in London
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A year ago, the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the UK and periods of self-isolation and lockdown, be they regional or national, became an increasingly expected part of everyday life. After a summer where workplaces, businesses, venues and outdoor gatherings cautiously opened up and grew in size — and some live music returned — autumn and winter in the UK saw further national lockdowns. Essential work continued in COVID-safe environments, and this meant that professional music-making, including distanced rehearsals and performances delivered virtually, was able to continue. But what are the rules for amateur music, and when can the arts open its venue doors and invite audiences back?