British music performed by the London Repertoire Orchestra (conductor, Dr. Ruth Gipps) since its foundation in 1955; [and, British music performed by the London Chanticleer Orchestra (conductor, Dr. Ruth Gipps) since its foundation in 1961; and, British music conducted by Dr. Ruth Gipps at rehearsals of the London Repertoire Orchestra, 1955-1980]

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  • Gipps, Ruth.,
  • London Repertoire Orchestra.,
  • London Chanticleer Orchestra.

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London Repertoire Orchestra. If you love playing in orchestra but get a little bored in repetitive rehearsals then the LRO might be what you are looking for NEWS (NEWS Updated 1/11/20) Due to second lockdown, sessions AFTER 4th November have been postponed. Ruth Gipps – Founder of the London Repertoire Orchestra.

Ruth Gipps – oboist, conductor and composer – founded the London Repertoire Orchestra in as an opportunity for young professional musicians to become exposed to a wide range of music.

For more information about this extraordinarily talented woman see the Ruth Gipps wikipedia page. Ruth Dorothy Louisa Gipps MBE (20 February – 23 February ) was an English composer, oboist, pianist, conductor, and was one of the most prolific composers in Britain at the time of her death, having written five symphonies, seven concertos, and numerous chamber and choral works.

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