Two extraordinary women; one dazzling colourful new piece of music.”
Classical Music Magazine (feature on LMP’s world premiere by Roxanna Panufnik, March 2012)

“Polished and meticulous playing from the London Mozart Players… every note a rediscovered treasure.”
Oxford Times, March 2012

“The finale sounded rapturously warm in this world premiere with the LMP under Gerard Korsten.”
4* Sunday Times review, March 2012

 …there was also the showing on a large screen of Raymond Briggs The Snowman. It was a fantastic experience on the large screen particularly with the soundtrack accompaniment  by the live LMP orchestra with Blake's haunting title song beautifully sung...
Croydon Advertiser, December 2012

 “... the orchestra flows persistently, in unison, with exact beauty.”
“... the London Mozart Players, an ensemble of the highest qualities”
– Aachener Zeitung

“Breathless shimmer, accented dance rhythms and marvellously sensitive passages... An orchestral treat.”
– Müncher Merker

“... finally, a concert that spoiled the ears and mind with finest playing.”
“... completely, beautifully exciting. Bravi.”
– Stuttgart Zeitung

Full of atmosphere… The London Mozart Players, inspiring in both technique and mood, evocatively conveyed the creative power of the first movement’s dramatic air…”
Reviews from tour of Germany, October 2011

‘The London Mozart Players are on the very crest of their wave, playing with consummate refinement’
International Record Review, June 2010

The LMP rose to new heights of inspiration in the framing works. Mozart’s Serenade notturna was inbued with lucid articulation… an aural feast affirming the LMP’s continuing prowess in the Mozartian idiom.
Classical Source, October 2011

‘The LMP showed its versatility in performing a restrained piece (for Beethoven) with vigour and pathos, the strings being particularly fine’
The Independent, April 2008

‘The superb London Mozart Players’
The Independent, September 2007

‘...the London Mozart Players were elegantly stylish in Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik and Divertimento K136, with Galway coaxing feathery delicacy and full-bodied tone from the strings.’
Irish Independent, September 2006

‘…the superb string players of the London Mozart Players demonstrated why this chamber orchestra has the reputation as one of the best in the world’
Richmond & Twickenham Times, November 2005

‘…full of elegantly turned detail’
BBC Music Magazine, June 2003

‘…the highly professional playing of the London Mozart Players’
Gramophone Magazine, June 2003                                                                         

‘Full marks to the LMP’
The Times, May 2003

Glasgow Herald, November 2001

'...passionate and thrilling'
The Independent, October 2001

'... the virtues of balance and articulation...serving to draw attention to some especially beautiful woodwind playing'                    
Jersey Evening Post, October 2001

'...the 38 players sounded blithe and bonny...nothing could stop this dancing'
The Times, August 2001 - London Mozart Players at the BBC Proms

'...the London Mozart Players performed with joyful 1801 formality'
London Evening Standard, August 2001 – London Mozart Players at the BBC Proms

'...left one longing for more...Andrew Parrott neatly piloted his band, encouraging fresh, springy articulation – a pure delight...'
The Independent, August 2001 – London Mozart Players at the BBC Proms

'...the top-notch London Mozart Players'
Time Out, June 2000

'...the excellent London Mozart Players'
London Evening Standard, February 2000

'...the kind of joyous, intimate music-making for which Harry Blech founded the London Mozart Players.'
The Times, January 1999

'the London Mozart Players do not sit on their laurels [and] their programmes bear the mark of an enterprising band who have gracefully survived testing times.'
The Independent, November 1998

'The London Mozart Players respond with elegance and energy'
Classic CD, February 1999

'The LMP's engaging performance...winningly capturing the picturesque a real bonus'
Daily Telegraph, July 1999

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