Remember, remember CLS in November. As we get closer to ‘the most wonderful time of year’, we felt it high time we had a photographic reflection on what City of London Sinfonia has been up to this past month. Highlights this November included a trip up North for a performance at Hull City Hall, returned to St John’s Smith Square for a performance featuring John Adams The Wound Dresser and Mozart’s Requiem and made our debut at London Jazz Festival with the brilliant Gwilym Simcock! As usual, the City of London Sinfonia team have been taking snaps throughout the month; here’s a selection of the best…
Crash Bang Wallop! returned in November with all things nautical
Michael Collins rehearses with the Orchestra for their performance at Hull City Hall
Rehearsing for the Wound Dresser with Roderick Williams and Stephen Layton
City of London Sinfonia show off their jazz chops with Gwilym Simcock at London Jazz Festival…
And in the recording studio!
We visited a number of Jewish Care Homes as part of our Meet the Music L’chaim project
Then rounded the month off with a trip to Broadway for a performance with Ruthie Henshall and Elaine Paige for the Princes Trust.