Photograph by Simon Weir

The North London Symphony Orchestra (NLSO) is a friendly but hard-working amateur orchestra which performs a wide range of music to a high standard under a professional conductor and leader.

We give three public concerts a year, usually in Palmers Green, North London, and rehearse during term time on Monday evenings in the Hornsey/Crouch End area (N8). Recent concerts have included works by Berlioz, Brahms, Dvořák, Elgar, Korngold, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninov, Rimsky-Korsakov, Shostakovich, Sibelius, Stravinsky and Tchaikovsky.

The NLSO nevertheless retains its character as a community orchestra -– a place where good amateur players can meet in a sociable atmosphere while working on demanding repertoire under professional direction.  It enjoys the support of a group of loyal Patrons (for details click here).

We like to hear from good amateur players who might be interested in joining the orchestra, which maintains deputy and waiting lists.

The NLSO is a registered charity, no. 283455



CONDUCTOR VACANCY

NLSO is seeking to appoint
a new Conductor following
the retirement of David
Lardi at the end of 2015
after 40 years with the
orchestra.

Details of the Role and how
to apply can be found here
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N
EXT CONCERT

Saturday 5 December 2015

United Reformed Church
Palmers Green
N13 4AL

A special GALA Concert to
celebrate the long and close
partnership between the
orchestra and David Lardi

Click here for more details


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