Thank you to everyone who came to hear our summer concert on 7th July! It was reviewed in the Leamington Courier.
The orchestra has received a gift of pen-and-ink drawings – can you help to identify who is in them, or give one of them a home?
Leamington Chamber Orchestra celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2017, having been formed in 1977 by Warwick schoolboy Andrew Mogrelia who conducted the orchestra until 1993. Since 2002 the orchestra has been conducted by Richard Laing, a relationship which has seen the orchestra mature into the exceptional chamber orchestra that it is today.
We perform three concerts a year in the Town Hall, Leamington and since the start have had a policy of innovative programming, combining great classical pieces with wonderful new works from the 20th and 21st centuries. This culminated in our 40th anniversary season, for which we commissioned three new works. We also accompany local choirs and have worked with Cambridgeshire Choral society on a number of occasions.
The concerts in our regular series are friendly affairs as well as musically rewarding, starting at 3pm and with tea and cake served in the interval! We look forward to seeing you there.
Gill Sutherland on our September 2015 concert in the Stratford Herald
Clive Peacock on our March 2016 concert in the Leamington Courier