Kingston Third Age Orchestra at a regular Wednesday morning rehearsal at Kingston United Reformed Church 



Kingston Third Age Orchestra, conducted by David Ward, is south-west London’s orchestra for amateur musicians who are free to rehearse during the day. Many of our players are retired, but we welcome younger players who can make rehearsals on a Wednesday morning.


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our concert programme



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the music we play



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our players



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the professional musicians who lead us



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our guest soloists



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the young composers whose works we have commissioned





If you are interested in playing with us, look at the Join Us section.



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You'll find here information about rehearsals and a noticeboard publicising orchestra members' other musical activities.


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Vacancies for strings

There are currently vacancies for violins and violas.  The strings section enjoys first-class tuition from our leader, Madeleine Easton.

If you are interested or know of someone else who might be interested please look at our Join us page.



Next concert

Winter Concert

            3.0 pm.

Sunday 4 December 2016

Kingston Parish Church

Kingston KT1 1JP



Overture to the Magic Flute


Kleine Orgelmesse (Harmonie
Choir with organ accompaniment


Te Deum in C (Orchestra and
Harmonie Choir


Symphony No 2


Conductor  David Ward





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