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. Last season we featured William Stafford and James Maltby, clarinets, Anna Dennis, soprano and Manus Noble, guitar.
Our conductor is Marc Dooley and the orchestra is led by Cathy Schofield. The concert venue is St. Anne's Church, Kew Green, TW9 3AA, near to Kew Bridge and Kew Gardens stations.
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
On the 20th May, Kew Sinfonia will be playing a concert to raise money for REACT. The programme inclues music by Mozart and Bizet, and features soloist Domonkos Csabay (Prize winner in the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe competition 2016). The orchestra also welcomes Julian Jacobson as guest conductor.
Kew Sinfonia currently has vacancies for double bass, trumpet and bassoon. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.