- Crown Imperial
- Scottish fantasy
- Vaughan Williams
- Symphony No. 5
- Caroline Goulding
- Christopher Warren-Green
The London Chamber Orchestra is the longest established professional chamber orchestra in the UK, founded in 1921 by Anthony Bernard. LCO is joined by young violinist, Caroline Goulding, the recipient of a Grammy nomination and of many awards in the United States.
The London Chamber Orchestra performs Vaughan Williams’ Symphony No. 5, a wonderfully meditative symphonic work, influenced by his earaly operatic work. It is set alongside Bruch’s evocative Scottish Fantasy and Walton’s Crown Imperial, which LCO played recently at the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Supported by Martin and Roni Lovegrove to help raise funds for the Combat Stress Enemy Within appeal.