Association of British Orchestras


London Mozart Players Voluntary, unpaid Closing date 18 October 2019
London Mozart Players are now looking for up to four new trustees from across England who have an enthusiasm for orchestral music and a belief in its potential to transform lives. As the UK’s longest-established chamber orchestra, the London Mozart Players (LMP) has a 70-year history of performing and recording superb music to the highest standard. For over 27 years it has enjoyed the enthusiastic and engaged patronage of HRH Prince Edward The Earl of Wessex. The LMP was founded by Harry Blech and has since performed under a series of distinguished principal conductors and artistic directors, although the orchestra is now self-directed (the only orchestra of its kind in the UK). LMP has consistently performed with the best soloists in the world including Yehudi Menuhin, Jacqueline du Pré and Sir James Galway.

The LMP has always given a platform to young artists and has taken great joy in the continued success of many, including Nicola Benedetti, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Martin James Bartlett, Alison Balsam and many others. As a trustee, you will play a crucial role in helping the London Mozart Players take music and creativity to schools, care homes, and other non-traditional environments. We work hard to introduce diverse groups to world-class orchestral experiences, particularly in culturally under-served rural and disadvantaged urban areas. We are seeking to recruit trustees to be active and involved members of a dynamic and ambitious team and to take forward the strategic development of the charity. See the LMP website for more information and how to apply.

Contact details
020 8686 1996

Annual Conference

The next conference will be held in Manchester from 29-31 January 2020,

hosted by The Hallé and BBC Philharmonic