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Viola bowed parts for the Steppes, Glière and Symphony can be found here. 

Please also see the accompanying bowing notes

First violin bowed parts for the Borodin Symphony, the Steppes and the Glière can be found here

Archived downloads can be seen on the archive page.


Follow this link for the BBC Discovering Music programme that discusses Borodin 2

The Charities Commission data on Kingston Philharmonia can be found here

A comprehensive source of scores, music, recordings and downloads is to be found in the IMSLP archive. The New York Philharmonic archive is also a rich source of scores and downloads.  Remember the copyright laws described above.

Archived links can be seen on the archive page.

Orchestra documents

November 2019 Concert

Date: Saturday 30th November 2019 at 7.30 pm
Venue: 6
Conductor: Lewis Gaston
Leader: Eleanor Percy

Rehearsals started: Friday 13th September
(Rehearsals for the March concert start on Friday 10th January)
Composer   Work  
In the Steppes of Central Asia 
Harp Concerto 
Symphony no 2 

Download the concert arrangements.

Concerts to note

Michael Bevan is giving a concert on Saturday 13th May in Tolworth. For details see here.

Amy Tress's quartet is giving a concert on Sunday 14th May, 6.30pm in Kings Place, near King's Cross Station. For details see here.

Unless otherwise indicated, rehearsals are on a Friday Night in Thames Ditton Church Hall, at 7.30pm for a prompt 7.45 start. For further details, use the buttons at the top of the page.

Concert details

  • Start: 7.30pm
  • Dress: All black for women; DJs for men
  • Stands: supplied by St John's - so no need to bring your own
  • Location: St John's, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA
  • Travel information: (supplied by St John's)
    Click on this link
  Date Week Music Location
13th September 19 1 Steppes of Central Asia
Symphony - 1st movement
St Nicholas Church Hall
20th September 19 2 Symphony
Movements I, II, IV
St Nicholas Church Hall
27th September 19 3 -- break -- -
4th October 19 4 Symphony III, II
Glière I, III
St Nicholas Church Hall
11th October 19 5 Symphony I, IV
Glière II
St Nicholas Church Hall
18th October 19 6 Symphony III, IV
Glière I
leader: Elizabeth Van Ments
St Nicholas Church Hall
25th October 19 7 Symphony I, II
Glière III
leader: Elizabeth Van Ments
St Nicholas Church Hall
1st November 19 8 -- break -- -
8th November 19 9 Steppes of Central Asia
Symphony II, III
St Nicholas Church Hall
15th November 19 10 Glière only
9.30pm Kingston Philharmonia AGM
conductor: Peter Fender
St Nicholas Church Hall
22nd November 19 11
Revised schedule for this week
Steppes and Glière
with the soloist
St Nicholas Church Hall
29th November 19 12
Revised schedule for this week
Symphony and perhaps other stuff
leader: Elizabeth Van Ments
St Nicholas Church Hall
30th November 19 13 2.00 Steppes
2.20 Symphony
3.40 --break--
4.00 Concerto
5.00 END
7.30pm Concert  
St Andrew's Church, Surbiton