The Orchestra of St John’s was founded by John Lubbock in 1967 while still a student at the Royal Academy of Music.
Some fifty years on, the OSJ remains a busy and vibrant orchestra and John Lubbock remains its conductor and musical director. Over the years, John has gathered around him a group of distinguished players and collaborators who are not only outstanding musicians but who also share his passion for bringing music to people of all ages and from all walks of life
Our aim is to bring orchestral music of the highest quality to a wide range of different audiences, especially to those who don’t have easy access to it. The best has to be there for all.
New Zealand baritone Julien van Mellaerts joins us for only the second performance of John Lubbock’s orchestration of Schumann’s gripping Dichterliebe, alongside Prokofiev’s sparkling Classical Symphony.
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