London Chamber Orchestra

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The London Chamber Orchestra (LCO) is the longest established professional chamber orchestra in the UK. Based in London, LCO has a residency at St John's Smith Square in Westminster.


The London Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1921 by the English conductor, organist, pianist and composer Anthony Bernard.


The LCO has given more than 100 UK premieres, including works by Malcolm Arnold, Manuel de Falla, Gabriel Fauré, Leoš Janáček, Maurice Ravel, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Igor Stravinsky, and, most recently, Graham Fitkin and James Francis Brown. In 2006 the LCO premiered Sir Peter Maxwell Davies's The Golden Rule, written to mark Queen Elizabeth's 80th birthday.

The LCO performed at Buckingham Palace at the invitation of the Prince of Wales in April 2006, and has performed for the Queen at Kew Palace.

The LCO receives no grants and is not supported by any public body. Instead, the orchestra depends upon its audiences and on the support of corporate sponsors and donors. These include HSBC, Waitrose, Petro-Canada, CNN, Lazard and Endeavour.

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On April 2011 it was announced that the London Chamber Orchestra would perform at the Royal wedding between Prince......
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