Concerts by Candlelight
London Musical Arts Orchestra and Ensemble has performed regularly at St Martin-in-the-Fields since 1992 and has also appeared at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, St John’s Smith Square, at festivals and on tour abroad.
The London Gala Orchestra was originally formed to accompany ballet companies visiting London such as the Bolshoi, Australian, Canadian, Stuttgart, Moscow, Berlin and the Japanese Takarazuka Dance Theatre.
The Festive Orchestra of London was formed in 1990 to perform the masterpieces of the Baroque in and around London. The players are equally at home on modern and period instruments, giving them a unique insight into this wonderful repertoire.
Trinity Laban is the only conservatoire of music with a chapel collegiate choir. The extraordinary environment of the Old Royal Naval College Chapel provides an ideal learning environment for those wishing to seek work in London’s cathedral or church choirs, and beyond.
Join the Choir of St-Martin-in-the-Fields, under the direction of Assistant Director of Music Tom Williams, for an hour-long performance of music around the theme of "light". Accompanied by Assistant Organist James Gough, this is the ideal way to brighten up a dark November evening.
The Trafalgar Sinfonia was founded by its musical director and inspiring British conductor Ivor Setterfield in 1992. Created originally to accompany both the New London Singers and the Codina Singers, it quickly developed a reputation as an outstanding ensemble in its own right.