The Salon Orchestra includes strings and piano and has a minimum of four players. This repertoire is more in the Continental style and features arrangements from the 1920s and 1930s. The sound is intimate and rich and the playing is always stylish and of the highest quality. Repertoire includes Emmerich Kalman, Franz Lehar, Eric Coates and much more.
The Tango Orchestra, Tango Classico as it is named, has all the hallmarks of the Salon Orchestra with the addition of Piano Accordion or Bandoneon. This stylish Orchestra plays evocative arrangements of sultry tango's as well as featuring light, dizzy classics from the 1950s such as "High Heels" and those delicious 'modern' arrangements of Fred Hartley.
The String Quartet has had a resurgence of popularity in recent years and the Palm Court Orchestra can provide such an ensemble of exceptional polish. Our repertoire is large and varied, from the classics of Mozart, Bach, Purcell and Dvorak to the magic of Strauss and the romance of Cole Porter and George Gershwin.

The repertoire of the NTDO covers all moods, beautiful ballads, great swing, revitalizing Charlestons and sexy Latin American Songs from the 'Golden Years of Hollywood', Broadway showstoppers, WW2 favourites (Glen Miller, etc.) and including Elvis and baby boomer favourites from the 1950s.
Themed programmes can be arranged for a great party or for a concert - indoors or outdoors includes,
"Chattanooga Choo Choo"
"A Fine Romance"
"Did I Remember"
"I've Got You Under My Skin"
"You're The Cream In My Coffee"
"Let's Misbehave"
"Harry Lime Them Cha-Cha"
"Mambo No. 5"
Just a few suggestions from their repertoire of hundreds of exceptional arrangements.