baton and scoretimpThe orchestra’s main repertoire is from the classical period. Mozart figures largely in our programmes, along with Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert. But we also play a wider selection of composers including works by Bizet, Brahms, Butterworth, Debussy, Delius, Fauré, Grieg, Handel, Mendelssohn, Nicolaï, Ravel, Rossini, Saint-Saëns, Schumann, Sullivan, Tchaikovsky, Vaughan Williams and Weber.



oboesCellos at Headley ParkString and wind sections often perform strings-only and wind-only items at concerts. The strings have played works by Bach, Corelli, Elgar, Handel, Vivaldi, Walton and Warlock, the wind decet works by Arnold, Dvoƙák, Françaix, Gipps, Gounod, Mozart, Raff, Richard Strauss and Woolfenden.








Sofia Infante


 New compositions.

The orchestra likes to encourage young composers and over the last few years has commissioned the following:


2012: You are old Father William by John-Paul Bowman (Guildhall School of Music and Drama).

2013: An Eve Owl by Joseph Alexander (Kingston University).

2015: Panta Rhei by Sofía Oriana Infante (Kingston University).

2017: Once in a Big City by Sergey Lunev (Kingston University).

2019: The Incandenza Variations by Greg Harradine


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Leader's Position

We will be looking to fill the role of leader in the next few months.  

If you are interested, more information can be found here

Vacancies for strings

There are currently vacancies for violins and violas. 

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

Click here to go to the Membership page where you can read about the experiences of some of our members.

Next concert

10th Anniversary year



3.00 pm

Sunday 29 March 2020

All Saints Church,

Kingston KT1 1JP


Rupert Bond

Overture (new work)



Piano Concerto No 22

in Eb major K482

(soloist: David Ward)



Symphony No 1