St Thomas’ Lunchtime Music Concerts – Ensemble Reza

St Thomas’ Lunchtime Music Concerts – Ensemble Reza

23rd January 2017 @ 13:00 – 14:00
St Thomas' Hospital
St Thomas's Hospital
Lambeth Palace Rd, Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7EH
Breathe Health Research
020 3290 2013

Ensemble Reza

Ensemble Reza represent some of the UK’s leading orchestras, including the London Philharmonic, the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and their musicality results in some breathtaking performances, giving them their unique sound. Spontaneous, enjoyable and an absolute delight to watch!

Ensemble Reza

From left to right: Lucy Jeal, Andrew Thurgood, Anna Cooper, Matthew Quenby, Sarah Dubost-Hautefeuille, and Pavlos Carvalho.

The group

Ensemble Reza are creating a stir across the South East with their virtuoso and passionate concerts. Set up in 2013 and including professional musicians from Sussex, Ensemble Reza represent some of this county’s leading orchestras including the London Philharmonic, the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and the Royal Philharmonic. The combination of highly talented musicians who are close friends performing together, results in breathtaking performances which have become the unique sound of Ensemble Reza.

The name Reza is taken from the Greek word ‘roots’. With growing family commitments the players enjoy playing locally to audiences across Sussex and the South East in contrast to the demands of orchestral touring. Audiences have also really enjoyed first class music making on their doorsteps. The group is organic and can include any variation of first class players. Concerts vary from solos, duets, trios etc to string sextet.

Breathe concerts at St Thomas’ Hospital

Concerts are held at the Central Hall location in St Thomas’ Hospital as indicated in the map below. Direct access from Westminster Bridge Road entrance to the hospital.

Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7EH


St Thomas' hospital Breathe concerts location

Breathe ArtsBreathe Arts Health Research  delivers a diverse and engaging performing arts and health programme across the clinical and public spaces of Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals and the local communities of Lambeth & Southwark. Breathe works in collaboration with health and cultural partners to design innovative ways to use the arts and creativity in healthcare to:

  • Improve clinical outcomes for patients
  • enrich the healthcare environment for patients, staff and visitors, develop individual and community engagement with their health and wellbeing
  • Provide unique training opportunities for clinical and non–clinical staff

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