Sinfonia Tamesa is a London based symphony orchestra that performs up to four concerts a year in the capital.

The orchestra is directed and conducted by Tom Hammond and is known for programming under-performed repertoire and premières, alongside well-known works.

Sinfonia Tamesa proudly provides a platform for talented, up-and-coming soloists and composers.

"Just a quick note to say how much I enjoyed the Tamesa concert last night.  I was most impressed with Matthew's flute concerto, which seemed to be full of invention and fascinating orchestral textures and colours. Daniel was a persuasive soloist and the orchestra rose to all the technical challenges of the piece.  The Eroica was terrific, full of energy as well as light and shade.  What an extraordinary work, heralding a new century! The audience was really appreciative and you must be delighted with the whole evening." Audience member, 6 Dec 2014 world première of Matthew Taylor's flute concerto at Blackheath Halls

"It was an enormous pleasure to work with Sinfonia Tamesa. They are a marvellous group of enthusiastic players who approach everything they are doing in a wonderfully professional manner!" Julian Lloyd Webber.

“...they delivered the music without pulling any punches – this was music making in the raw, with huge climaxes and the most delicate moments of reflexion.” Bob Briggs, Music Web International.

"Sinfonia Tamesa were an absolute pleasure to work with on 'A League of Their Own' on Sky One...they exceeded all our expectations and contributed to making the show an absolute success." Matt Wilkinson, Producer, 'A League Of Their Own'.