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Ensemble Eroica

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About Ensemble Eroica

Training orchestra
London
The UK's leading orchestra for young professional musicians.

Formed in 2012 by Principal Conductor and Artistic Director, Toby Thatcher, Ensemble Eroica is a dynamic arts organisation made up of the leading young classical musicians and composers in London, working to improve the number and quality of funded performance and development opportunities available to our generation. Delivering crisp performances of cleverly programmed repertoire, the rotating roster of musicians who perform in our engaging young orchestra are top players from around the world who have come to the UK to pursue careers in the most vibrant and competitive classical music environment: London. In short, EE is a world-class platform for the promotion and development of musical talent. As described by Chief Music Critic Evening Standard Barry Millington, after attending the second of the three-concert series Eroica performed at Kings Place in 2016, "the playing of these accomplished young musicians was precisely articulated but at the same time radiated a sense of sheer joy in music-making." Of the first concert in the series, Samuel Peter of the CutCommon publication stated "considering the sheer volume of talent on display, spearheaded by an engaging and enthusiastic conductor, one cannot overstate the achievement of Glorious Wine. The ensemble stands out as one of the most impressive new ventures for young musicians, and with two more performances at Kings Place, and another in St Martin in the Fields scheduled for this year, they can only go from strength to strength."

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Chief M, 3 years ago

the playing of these accomplished young musicians was precisely articulated but at the same time radiated a sense of sheer joy in music-making.

Samuel P, 3 years ago

considering the sheer volume of talent on display, spearheaded by an engaging and enthusiastic conductor, one cannot overstate the achievement of Glorious Wine. The ensemble stands out as one of the most impressive new ventures for young musicians, and with two more performances at Kings Place, and another in St Martin in the Fields scheduled for this year, they can only go from strength to strength.