Celebrating with Beethoven – Howard Shelley & LMP perform all five of Beethoven’s piano concertos in one day

Celebrate Christmas with LMP

Cello sensation Sheku Kanneh-Mason to perform Saint Saëns Cello Concerto No.1 with LMP – PRESS RELEASE

Hastings residency Launch Concert – 4 weeks to go!

Jinah Shim, winner of The Mozart Memorial Prize 2019, to perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 with LMP

A Fanfare at Fairfield!

A Season of Virtuosos at St John’s Upper Norwood

Mozart with Michael Collins

Bryony Gibson-Cornish

Originally from New Zealand, Bryony is a graduate of the Royal College of Music, The Juilliard School, the University of Canterbury and the Pettman National Junior Academy. She is a member of the Marmen Quartet, winners of the Ensemble Section of the Annual Royal Overseas League Music Competition, Second Prize of the International Joseph Joachim Chamber Music Competition and the Musicians Company Concerts Concordia Award. While at the RCM, Bryony won the Viola Competition and the Tagore Gold Medal and she now serves as teaching assistant to Andriy Viytovych. She keeps a close connection with home – recent visits have included performing and teaching at the International Akaroa Music Festival and recording New Zealand composer Philip Norman’s When Gravity Fails with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. She freelances with various ensembles including Britten Sinfonia and the English Chamber Orchestra and is thrilled to be joining the London Mozart Players as No. 2 Viola.

#LMPOnTheMove returns with Peter & The Wolf

Mozart’s Women – concert programme






Thanks to everyone who came to the wonderful Mozart’s Women concert with Jane Glover at St John’s Smith Square on Thursday 11 April. We had some great feedback about the performance and many of you were blown away by our talented young guests Jennifer France and Lauren Zhang.

We had something of a rush for programmes, such that we sold out: a first for us! Many asked if it would be possible to get the programme digitally. A low res version is available here:

Mozarts Women Programme LOW RES

Remembering David Angel

Katie Harris

Associate Member of LMP, second violins
Katie graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2012 before spending six years with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales as sub-principal 2nd violin. Since leaving the BBC, she has enjoyed a busy career as a freelance violinist and educator, working with most of the major London symphony orchestras, chamber orchestras and opera companies. Katie plays on a violin by Johannes Cuypers dated 1796. Away from work, Katie enjoys sitting in her garden, relaxing with her family and friends and hiking.