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Comprised of some of the UK's leading international musicians, The English National Philharmonic Orchestra is fast becoming one of the nation’s leading symphony orchestras. 

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English National
Philharmonic Orchestra



English National

Philharmonic Orchestra

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Lee Bradley Accompanied By:

Platinum Package Show 

50 Piece Orchestra +

Gold Package Show 

40 - 30 Piece Orchestra 

Silver Package Show 

20 Piece Orchestra 

 Bronze Package Show 

10 Piece Orchestra 

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Simply Lee 


An Intimate Evening With

Lee Bradley

Lee & The Orchestra Are Available With Various Shows

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An Evening With

Lee Bradley

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The Last Night Of The Proms Classical Spectacular

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The Magic Of The Movies

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The Magic Of The Opera

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Santa Gathering in front of a Christmas Tree

The Magic Of The Musicals

New Year's Eve Extravaganza

Christmas Spectacular


The English National Philharmonic Orchestra

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The ENPO is widely recogised as one of the very best English philharmonic orchestras, for using experienced musicians of the highest standard and for giving top quality performances time after time. The musicians that make up the ENPO have been carefully sought, auditioned and selected from all over the UK and beyond. If you are already a fan of the Royal Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, Vienna Philharmonic and many more famous orchestras, you will no doubt recognise some of our musicians.

The group’s Artistic Director  is known as an innovative and original conductor. He is a former BBC Music Fellow who in recent years has conducted concertos with some of the world’s leading musicians including Tasmin Little, Raphael Wallfisch, Peter Donohoe, Nicholas Daniel and Jennifer Pike as well as conducting Handel’s Messiah with Dame Emma Kirkby performing the spine-tingling soprano solos.

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The English National Philharmonic Orchestra is fast becoming one of the UK’s leading orchestras. It is made up of some of the country’s top musicians and has a passion for making the most beautiful classical music accessible to everyone. This ambition has already been realised with numerous critically acclaimed concerts performed expertly all over the country.

This incredible orchestra recently accompanied international soprano Lesley Garrett who took centre stage during "Magic Of The Opera" delivering its ambitious programming and musical passion for all to enjoy.

The orchestra believe that performing great music is only the starting point for a memorable evening; they appreciate how much detailed planning is required, how the whole scene needs to be set, the ambiance created and the most spectacular performances delivered to make a truly magical evening. To give their audience the very best classical musical experience possible, the orchestra work in partnership with our AREPO Management Production team.

The majority of concerts performed will usually comprise of over 80 musicians, however, some performances may include as little as 19, but the production quality and beautiful sound created by the talented musicians is never in question.

We know to hire an orchestra might feel a daunting challenge. Taking the orchestra on tour is a gargantuan task in itself and certainly a challenge for even the most experienced promoters and organisers. The assignment of contracting up to 150 ENPO musicians and arranging each individual artist's needs both personally and logistically, in particular the larger instruments such as the double bass, harp and percussion, is by no means an easy undertaking. However, we do all the hard work for you. We can make the magic happen.

The traditional ENPO comprises three percussion, one harp, eight French horns, eight trumpets, six trombones, two tubas, four flutes, four clarinets, four oboes, four bassoons, four double bass, ten cellos, eight violas, fourteen violins and one very busy conductor!

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