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Equality and Diversity form 

London Sinfonietta is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone can thrive. To assist us with our aim we ask you to complete an Equality and Diversity monitoring form with your application. Please access the Equality & Diversity form by clicking the following link or copying and pasting the address into your web browser: https://forms.office.com/r/BJtU7MUFPc 

All responses submitted are anonymous and will be used for statistical and analytical purposes to monitor the effectiveness of our recruitment processes and will not be used by the interview panel for the purposes of selection. 

Data Protection 

London Sinfonietta is aware of its obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and is committed to processing your data securely and transparently. Please see below to download our Applicant Privacy Notice which sets out, in line with GDPR, the types of data that we collect and hold on you and how the data is processed. 

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. Please click here to read our full Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity statement

“The world’s top new-music ensemble” The Times, January 2018

“this excellent London Sinfonietta concert conducted by the young Zimbabwean-born Vimbayi Kaziboni” **** The Times, for Yet Unheard, a concert of music by black composers, October 2020

It was simply music, alive and unstoppable, rolling off the platform towards an audience that just gobbled it up” ***** The Times, for Viaduct with Marius Neset, November 2019

“As gripping avante-gard orchestral theatre, it has never been surpassed” ***** The Times, for Stockhausen’s Trans, December 2017

“The orchestra maintained an astonishing intensity of communication. An enthralling performance” ***** The Guardian for Haas’ in vain, April 2016