A heartfelt “thank you!” to all who made the Collaborative Orchestra’s International Concert Series at St. John’s Smith Square, London, such a  smash success in 2015! From Finland Night in February to Hungary Night in June and Czech Night on 4 November, the concerts have been packed and the music has come together beautifully.

We’ve got lots of fun plans and will soon be updating our Events page regarding future concerts in London. And be sure to visit us on FacebookTwitter and YouTube for the latest updates!


THE COLLABORATIVE ORCHESTRA is a thriving, diverse and ambitious orchestra rehearsing, performing and recording in and around London, UK. We have also formed several chamber ensembles, ranging from string quartets to wind and cello groups.

Off to a flying start from its very first rehearsal in February 2012, the orchestra continued with a well-received debut concert at St John’s Smith Square in July 2012. Many more concerts have followed, including return visits to St John’s with an internationally acclaimed virtuoso as soloist and also in collaboration with the BBC to film Korsakov’s Scheherazade (watch the show here).

One of our specific areas of interest is continuing to work with the film industry, as we offer a full package including composing, performing, recording, mixing and mastering of soundtracks. In the spirit of collaboration, we plan to continue working with high standard soloists and composers, and be hired out for private or corporate engagements.

We are constantly looking to raise the bar and continue with ambitious plans. Our members are highly skilled, committed, and enthusiastic musicians who respect discipline and team work. We are fortunate to be able to offer membership for free to those who demonstrate these critical qualities. In addition, we aim to reward our dedicated members with a share of the profit based on their overall delivery and commitment.

The Collaborative Orchestra aims to:

  1. Play to the highest standard;
  2. Perform in the best venues nationwide and internationally;
  3. Perform and record for film, arts and media; and
  4. Perform and record for other commercial purposes such as business events and personal commissions.

Thank you to all, for your interest and generosity in supporting The Collaborative Orchestra. It is because of you, and for all music lovers, that we can and love to perform! We look forward to seeing you at one of our future performances.