One of the finest chamber orchestras in London.


The Belmont Ensemble were the driving force in founding the famous series of Baroque Concerts at

St Martin-in-the-Fields in the early 1990s, where they have now given over 775 concerts


They celebrated their 25th Birthday in 2016


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The Grand Temple, Freemasons' Hall

Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5AZ

This is a Secret London/Fever Exclusive Event

Book online HERE

Saturday 19 December 2020 - Concerts at 5pm and 7:30pm

Christmas by Candlelight

Belmont Ensemble of London and Friends

Trafalgar Voices

Conductor - Ivor Setterfield

Organ - Peter G Dyson

  • Christmas Carols, including : Once in Royal David's City

  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing, O Come all ye Faithful,

  • Ding Dong Merrily on High and many more...

  • Vivaldi - Winter from 'The Four Seasons'

  • Corelli - Christmas Concerto  (Violins - Helen Davies and    Pippa Harris

  • Handel - Arrival of The Queen of Sheba

For 30 years The Belmont Ensemble has brought joy to thousands of people and raised millions of pounds to support the work of St Martin-in-the-Fields and the homeless.


Now in the midst of a global pandemic, with no consultation we have been informed by email, by the Director of Music at St Martin-in-the-Fields, that our concerts will end.  We have effectively been summarily dismissed.  To kick loyal musicians when they are already on their knees is an absolute disgrace.

We now know that this has been planned for several years and the Pandemic is being used as a convenient cover.

We call on people of all faiths and none to support our call on senior management at St Martin's to immediately reverse this decision, which will cause severe hardship for hundreds of our musicians in numerous orchestras and choirs, who have served and supported St Martin's faithfully, building a concert series from virtually nothing over three decades, creating the commercially and artistically successful concert series we see today.

This abrupt and dismissive action is callous and un-christian behaviour. It will reduce the viability of hundreds of our musicians' freelance work and put many professional orchestras out of business

Please sign our petition HERE

Read Article from 'The Observer' 20.9.20 HERE

Read Article by Classic FM 21.9.20 HERE

Listen to Martin Feinstein challenge the Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields on BBC Radio 4 'Sunday' 27.9.20 (starts at 6 min 30) HERE

Read Peter G Dyson's blog for

The Incorporated Society of Musicians HERE

Visit our Campaign Website HERE