London Symphony Orchestra

Real Name:London Symphony Orchestra

Not to be confused with The Symphony Orchestra or The London Synphonic Orchestra.
When used fictitiously (by Alfred Scholz or one of his pseudonyms), please use London Symphony Orchestra (2).

The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), founded in 1904, is the oldest symphony orchestra based in London, England, UK.
The LSO was set up by a group of players who left Henry Wood's Queen's Hall Orchestra because of a new rule requiring players to give the orchestra their exclusive services.
The LSO claims to be the world's most recorded orchestra; it has made gramophone recordings since 1912 and has played on more than 200 soundtrack recordings for the cinema, of which the best known include the 'Star Wars' series. The LSO is consistently ranked as one of the world's leading orchestras.
Since 1982, the LSO has been based in the Barbican Centre in the City of London.
Frequently mentioned together with London Symphony Chorus.

Principal conductors (1950 to present)
1950–54: Josef Krips
1961–64: Pierre Monteux
1965–68: István Kertész
1968–79: André Previn
1979–88: Claudio Abbado
1988–95: Michael Tilson Thomas
1995–2006: Sir Colin Davis
2006–15: Valery Gergiev
2017–present: Sir Simon Rattle (Music Director)

Please consider also the following orchestra's sub-groups:
- London Symphony Orchestra Chamber Group
- Members Of The London Symphony Orchestra
- London Symphony Orchestra Strings
- London Symphony Orchestra Brass
- London Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble
- LSO String Ensemble
- LSO Percussion Ensemble
- LSO Wind Ensemble
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Members:Adam Walker (6), Adam Wynter, Adolf Lotter, Adrian Adlam, Alain Petitclerc, Alan Cave (3), Alan Dalziel, Alan Downey (2), Alan Hammond, Alan Jenkins (6), Alan Smyth (2), Alan Stringer, Alastair Blayden, Albert Setty, Alec Harmon, Alex Lindsay, Alex Wide, Alexander Barantschik, Alexander Edmundson, Alexander Murray (2)




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