The London Sinfonietta is a Resident Orchestra at Southbank Centre.
Through our season of events at Royal Festival Hall and St John's Smith Square – as part of our Southbank Centre Residency – we perform new commissions, premieres and experiments that represent some of the most innovative musical inventions of our time.
Southbank Centre is located on Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX
The nearest tube and train stations are Waterloo, Waterloo East and Embankment.
For more information visit the Southbank Centre website.
The London Sinfonietta is Artistic Associate at Kings Place.
We present several events each season at the venue (in addition to our residency at Southbank Centre and other engagements), have our administrative offices on site, and run several Participation initiatives in the local community.
Kings Place is located at 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
For more information visit the Kings Place website.
Royal Opera House
We regularly work with the Royal Opera House in the co-commissioning or co-producing of new music theatre projects. Recent projects have included Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s double-bill The Corridor / The Cure (with Aldeburgh Festival) and Georg Friedrich Haas’ Atthis (with video designer Netia Jones).
Arts Council England
We receive investment from Arts Council England (ACE) as a National Portfolio Organisation. Their investment allows us to build a season in London and tour to regional partners and abroad. It also underpins our work with people of all ages, encouraging them to hear, learn about and participate in new music. Finally their investment allows us to raise more money from individuals, trusts, foundations and sponsors which extends our programme even further.
Royal Academy of Music
We regularly work with students from the Royal Academy of Music's Manson Ensemble to produce large scale orchestral projects side-by-side, such as our series of Stockhausen works at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall (Trans 2017; Hymnen 2015).
Central Saint Martins
Each year we collaborate with students on the Performance Design and Practice course at Central Saint Martins.