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NEW LONDON ORCHESTRA

The New London Orchestra was founded by Ronald Corp in 1988 to fill a gap in London’s orchestral scene by performing music rarely heard in concert. The success of this founding vision during the intervening years has been amply demonstrated not only in the concert hall, but also in the recording studio, where the orchestra has put its name to some twenty discs for Hyperion alone, including the best-selling British Light Music Classics series and works by Sullivan, Poulenc, Satie and Milhaud among others. A much-anticipated recording of Rutland Boughton’s 1924 opera The Queen of Cornwall was released late in 2010.

For further information please visit www.nlo.co.uk.


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