Sinfonia Tamesa is one of London's leading amateur symphony orchestras. Established in 2001, we perform three concerts a year in beautiful central London locations, featuring well-known classics alongside world premières and forgotten gems.
Our conductor is the critically acclaimed Nicolas Nebout.
We love making good music together, and celebrating together afterwards. We provide a platform for up-and-coming soloists and composers, including Sadie Fields (violin), Susana Gaspar (soprano) and Ashok Klouda (cello).
We've premièred important works, including:
Matthew Taylor Flute Concerto
Nielsen Overture to Amor og Digteren
James Francis Brown Prospero’s Isle
Bernard Hughes Anaphora
"A marvellous group of enthusiastic players who approach everything in a wonderfully professional manner"
Julian Lloyd Webber