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Saturday 13 February 2016 (back to top)

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An Ealing Music and Film Festival concert. Programme to include highlights and excerpts from:

MASCAGNI Iris
PUCCINI La Bohème
MASCAGNI Cavalleria Rusticana
PUCCINI Manon Lescaut
PUCCINI Turandot
PUCCINI Tosca

Tickets available from the EMFF website, click the logo above or visit ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org.

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG (map)
Underground National_Rail_logo  Ealing Broadway (1 mi),  Underground Hanger Lane (1 mi)

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Latest News

Additional concert dates and Star Wars in 2016

See our Concerts page for details – we have got a couple of new gigs and updated programmes for 2016!

Sunday 5 June: Chamber Music Concert
Thursday 9 June: Concert in aid of Maternity Worldwide
Saturday 9 July: Family concert to include music from Star Wars and E.T.

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The Arnold symphony cycle survivors, November '15

Members of the Ealing SO who have played all nine Arnold symphonies!

Who we are

The ESO is an independent voluntary orchestra based in West London usually giving around five main concerts a year. We try to do something in most concerts which is a bit out of the ordinary, without forgetting that players and audiences come to enjoy themselves, so there are plenty of popular classics as well as some fine music you may not know already. Our concert programmes pages should give you an idea of what we’re about. To find out more about the orchestra, see About us. Our conductor is John Gibbons, now well-known in both the professional and amateur worlds.

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We are always happy to hear from good amateur string players. Find out more on our Join us page.

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