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:
World première
Matthew Taylor Flute Concerto 

UK première
Nielsen Overture to Amor og Digteren
James Francis Brown Prospero’s Isle

London première
Bernard Hughes Anaphora

"A marvellous group of enthusiastic players who approach everything in a wonderfully professional manner" 
Julian Lloyd Webber