Our September concert, with the wondrous Sheku Kanneh-Mason, sold out a fortnight before the concert date. If you’d like to avoid the rush, and make sure you have a guaranteed ticket for our next concert, please click here! We’d love to see you at what promises to be an excellent evening for all…
We’re thrilled, over the moon, astounded and slightly terrified to have to tell you all that the online ticket sales for our concert on 21 September have SOLD OUT. However, there will be 100 tickets available on the day from 7pm. Turn up early to avoid disappointment! This is going to be the biggest concert that the Sinfonia has ever performed!
You can now buy tickets for our next concert (featuring the staggering young soloist Sheku Kanneh-Mason) online from Eventbrite: click here to buy tickets. Our prices remain the same as last season: £13 full price and £10 concessions. All seating is unreserved so if you want a good spot, turn up early! Doors open at 7.00 pm.
We’re totally thrilled to be presenting the final concert of our 2017-18 season, in the beautiful venue of Cadogan Hall. All programme details are to the right (see ‘Our Next Concert’) – and you can book tickets by clicking HERE!
Hello everyone, and Happy New Year! Just a quick note to confirm that the venue for our forthcoming January concert is definitely St Alfege Church in Greenwich. There was a glitch in the matrix that meant some of the programme covers said a different venue – but rest assured that we will be at St Alfege on Friday!
Yes, all the rumours are true. The St Paul’s Sinfonia 2017-18 season is kicking off on Friday 15 September with a truly stunning concert including Ken Paige’s Piano Concerto (with virtuoso Aleks Szram), and Brahms’s mighty Symphony No. 1. We have many more highlights for you to enjoy in the forthcoming months – click here to see the full details of all our concerts this season. We hope to see you at a concert very soon!
Better late than never… Yes, our all-singing, all-dancing programme of concerts for our 2016-17 season is here! Click here to see the full glory of all our concerts, the programmes for which include classics by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Berlioz and Sibelius, plus exciting new works by Colin Matthews, Matt Wright, David Wallace and Nicholas Korth! We think it might be the best season yet – come to our first concert on Friday 16 November and find out for yourselves!
Yes, that’s right – the waiting is over. A puff of white smoke has appeared above the Sinfonia headquarters (St Alfege Church in Greenwich), and the waiting onlookers cheer wildly. Our 2015-16 programme is here, and available to see on the website. We kick off on 25 September with two symphonies by Mozart, and a brand-new work by our Composer in Residence, Nicholas Korth. 7.30 at St Margaret’s Church, Lee – we hope to see you all there!
We are very sorry to have to announce that Elena Riu, who was scheduled to be performing Manuel de Falla’s Nights in the Garden of Spain with the Sinfonia in February, has had to withdraw as she has an injured wrist.
We are very hopeful that we will be able to reschedule Elena’s performance with us in our 2015-16 season – but in the meantime, we will be performing Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 instead. This might seem like a slightly unrelated replacement, but it has a close link to our other work in the first half of the concert, Colin Matthews’s Grand Barcarolle. We very much hope you can join us for an excellent concert – it’s going to be a particularly good one!
The Sinfonia’s 2013 collaboration with New Sussex Opera proved a delight for all – players, singers and audiences alike. Chabrier’s L’Etoile (Lucky Star in Jeremy Sams’s superb translation) is a frothy, effervescent cocktail with more than a soupçon of Offenbach or, for UK audiences, a hint of Gilbert and Sullivan. It proved a hit for Rupert Christiansen in the Daily Telegraph as well, who wrote in his review that ‘St Paul’s Sinfonia played with terrific verve under Nicholas Jenkins’ – which was very nice to read! You can see the whole review by clicking here…