Wyatt Sinfonia was founded in 2018 by Zoë Kundu. It draws together students from top conservatoires, universities and sixth forms around the UK, usually meeting for a few days of rehearsals before performing in the holidays. It is committed to playing lesser known works from across Europe, as well as new music and old favourites. It serves as an opportunity for players to perform exciting repertoire, as well as for composers and soloists launching their careers to work with an orchestra. Rehearsals and concerts take place in St John of Jerusalem Church, Hackney, but we also perform elsewhere, such as at Holy Name Church in Manchester. Past performances have included Handel's Messiah, Tchaikovsky Symphony no. 6 and Rhapsody in Blue, as well as both UK and World Premieres, such as the UK Premiere of Pejačević’s Symphony in F# minor.

Wyatt Sinfonia is very grateful to Petar Velnić for his support of the orchestra, enabling us to perform less well-known works from Croatia. Wyatt Sinfonia is reliant on donations and ticket sales to continue, so is grateful for any support you are able to offer. 

Wyatt Sinfonia was born out of East London Symphony Orchestra. It is named after Mary Wyatt, who was a piano teacher and organist, and great-grandmother of Zoë Kundu.