Stay tuned for London International Players exciting new concert season - a series of early solo concerto programs. Further information coming soon. [...]
"This was the first of three Strauss anniversary concerts planned by the London International Players, a flexible chamber ensemble with members drawn from the Menuhin School and IMS Prussia [...]
The London International Players, revered for their explosive performances, technical finesse and extraordinary versatility, made their Berlin debut on May 23rd at Berlin Philharmonie with time [...]
'outstanding... out of the top drawer'
Musical Opinion - Wigmore Hall
The London International Players, comprising soloists and chamber musicians of individual distinction from many corners of the world, is an ensemble born largely of the Menuhin School and IMS Prussia Cove, who have come together through a mutual love of chamber music and common musical ideals. A flexible and changeable formation allows members to maintain their expanding and demanding careers, adding to the richness of experience on return and allowing flexibility in musical programming and exploration.
Following an electrifying performance at the Wigmore Hall in September, a hugely successful concert at Cadogan Hall in November and an appearance on BBC Radio 3, the ensemble now looks forward to a residency at St John’s Smith Square in June and July 2014, to celebrate the 150th birthday of Richard Strauss. With a disc release on the horizon and numerous European dates in the coming season, the London International Players are set for a bright future.
"Electrifying! Buzzing with fresh energy and vitality."