Charity concert in aid of Embrace the Middle East
Supporting our Christian partners in the Middle East as they work to transform lives and restore the dignity of the most excluded and marginalised in their communities.
This December, Kew Sinfonia will be giving a concert in aid of the charity, Embrace the Middle East. The concert will include a selection of your festive and popular favourites, including Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake, Struass - Die Fledermaus, Massinet - Meditation from Thais, Dvorak - Romance for Violin and Orchestra, and Carol singing. Poster avaiable for download.
Kew Sinfonia brings together professional and talented amateur musicians to perform orchestral chamber music in the local community.
Our repertoire comprises popular masterworks as well as great but lesser known compositions from the 18th century to the present day
We aim to give a platform to the best of young soloists. Recent performers include William Stafford and James Maltby, clarinets, Anna Dennis, soprano, Manus Noble, guitar, Domonkos Csabay, piano, Konrad Elias-Trostmann, violin, Michael Foyle, violin.
Our principal conductor is Daniel Hogan and the orchestra is led by Cathy Schofield. Our regular concert venue is St. Anne's Church, Kew Green, TW9 3AA, near to Kew Bridge and Kew Gardens stations. We also give concerts in other local venues.
Charity concert in aid of REACT
REACT is a national charity based in Kew which gives practical help to children in low income families who have life-limiting illnesses. Please see their website to learn about their work: reactcharity.org.
Previously, Kew Sinfonia gave a concert to raise money for REACT. Julian Jacobson directed the programme which included music by Mozart and Bizet, and featured soloist Domonkos Csabay (Prize winner in the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe competition 2016).
We welcome interest from string players and trumpet players. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.