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The story of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is colourful and dramatic, with a reputation worldwide for music-making of the highest quality. In 1946 Sir Thomas Beecham set out to create a world-class ensemble from the finest musicians in the country. Beecham envisioned an orchestra that would bring the greatest music to audiences across the world and, to this day, Beecham’s legacy lives on through the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Chamber Soloists of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a versatile ensemble consisting of principal players of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It has given numerous live performances around the UK at festivals including the acclaimed Chelsea Festival. The ensemble has also been invited to perform at numerous private events in sumptuous settings such as Kensington Palace and Claridge’s Hotel in London.
In 2007 the Chamber Soloists of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performed a successful season of Summer Serenade concerts at the Cadogan Hall in London, featuring works ranging from Roussel, Debussy, Ravel and Ropartz, to Strauss, Brahms and Mendelssohn.