About Orpheus Sinfonia

Orpheus Sinfonia, orchestra of the Orpheus Foundation, is, under the artistic direction of Thomas Carroll, establishing itself as one of the most vibrant, dynamic and inspiring of young orchestras. Orpheus Sinfonia was founded in 2008 as an orchestra to provide opportunity and support for those exceptionally talented young musicians emerging from study into the profession. The orchestra attracts the very best of music conservatoire graduates, forming an elite group of performers excelling in artistic distinction.

From performing a complete Beethoven Symphony cycle, working with such world-class soloists as Tasmin Little, Xuefei Yang and Hyung-ki Joo; premiering works by our composer-in-residence, Stephen Goss, including his piano concerto, and his quintuple concerto; at the forefront of innovation with the first ever classical concert for interactive tablet experience;

working with principals of the BBC Symphony Orchestra; Britten centenary celebrations, Orpheus Sinfonia provides a broad spectrum of diverse opportunity and repertoire. The orchestra is resident at St George's Hanover Square where it has a season of concerts each year, alongside performing regularly at Cadogan Hall. Acclaimed for its brimming excitement and sheer enthusiasm for musical life, Orpheus Sinfonia is fast gaining a reputation for some of the most enraptured performances around thanks, in part, to the generous support of so many established exceptional musicians. It has featured on BBC Radio 3 and the BBC World Service as well as national and international press. Concert, Orpheus Circle and Chair sponsorship comes from the many generous benefactors of the Orpheus Foundation Trust.