London Symphonia

We are passionate about music. We believe live performance is an immersive and dynamic experience where the audience is as important to the concert as the musicians. Music has the power to transcend – contemporary and classical scores can bring together diverse audiences of all backgrounds to celebrate the joy of music. At our core, London Symphonia is a professional symphony committed to performing vibrant and bold musical experiences for London and the region.


The 2017-2018 Season will be announced soon. Tickets will be on sale in June 2017.


20 January, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Brave New World

Metropolitan United Church

Kevin Mallon, Conductor | Leslie Fagan, Soprano

In this gala concert by the newly named orchestra, soprano Leslie Fagan joins London Symphonia for Christos Hatzis’ Four Songs on Poems by Elizabeth Bishop. The opening song, I Am In Need of Music, beautifully expresses the ensemble’s innate desire to connect through music. Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, titled “From the New World,” symbolizes a new beginning for the group, just as it reflected Dvořák’s new perspectives from his time in America.

15 March, 2017, 6:30 pm

The Passion of Tango

Museum London

Payadora Tango Ensemble | Daniel Warren, Conductor

Payadora Tango Ensemble is a quartet of musicians who share a passion for tango music. From its roots in Buenos Aires, this music is full of colour, rhythmic drive, and intensity. With London Symphonia supporting these virtuosic performers, Payadora will take the audience on a journey of discovery through the world of tango.

9 April, 2017, 3:30 pm

Enchanting Broadway

Metropolitan United Church

Franklin Brasz, Conductor | Barbara Fulton, Alexis Gordon, Marcus Nance, Guest Soloists

Franklin Brasz, Director of Music at the Stratford Festival, has assembled a stellar cast of Stratford Festival performers to join London Symphonia for an afternoon of music from the Broadway stage. This concert promises fresh interpretations of timeless classics such as Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Some Enchanted Evening, Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, and works from Jerome Kern and Stephen Sondheim.