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Founded to explore the richness of music from silver screen and beyond

Since 2019, The Studio Orchestra has captivated UK audiences with acclaimed film music concerts. Founded by artistic director Jack Campey, driven by a passion for performing music from the silver screen and beyond, the orchestra consistently pushes boundaries, delivering high-quality, exciting concerts featuring some of the best music ever written. From celebrations of John Williams and Hans Zimmer to Christmas at the Movies and Star Wars, the orchestra has proven to be diverse and daring.

Comprising the best freelance musicians in the UK, the orchestra has garnered a devoted following since its debut at Cheltenham Town Hall in September 2019. Not only has it steadily grown its audience, but it also takes pride in introducing many to live orchestral concerts for the first time.


At the core of The Studio Orchestra's values is the desire to showcase the talents of music creatives worldwide—be they composers, orchestrators, or arrangers. The orchestra celebrates their passion and dedication, bringing their music beyond its original form and placing it front and center for you, our audience.


Building on the success of past concerts, The Studio Orchestra aims to reach even more audiences in the months and years ahead. We look forward to welcoming you to a concert soon!


Artistic Director & Principal Conductor

Since graduating from the University of Exeter where he had a scholarship in composition and trumpet, Jack has held numerous conducting positions throughout the West Midlands and continues to be sort after for film, theatre and classical concerts.

Aside from conducting, Jack has a deep knowledge and passion for orchestration particularly that of musical theatre and film. His knowledge on the Golden Age of these art forms is vast and his blog on orchestrators has been published by ASMAC (American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers). This led to him visiting Los Angles in 2018 where he researched original score manuscripts at the Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. and the archive of the Academy Awards. In Jack’s words, “I was looking at the original scores of Disney’s Snow White with rings of coffee cup stains from the music department all over the place - little did they know at the time that they were adding their mark in history, quite literally”

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