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Thank you to Chiesa di Santa Maria Corte Orlandini, in Lucca, Italy, for hosting us on Saturday 29 July 2017. The programme included Rachmaninov 2nd Symphony, and Doreen Carwithen’s Bishop Rock Overture – thank you to the William Alwyn Foundation for their support of this piece. Read the review on ‘From London to Longoio’.

Next Concert

Saturday 16 December 2017

Christmas Concert, 5.30pm start, with a programme particularly suited to children and families.

FREE entry with retiring collection.

Ealing Green Church, Ealing Green, W5 5QT (Map)
Nearest: Underground National_Rail_logo  Ealing Broadway

 

 

 

Support us while you shop with Give as you Live

Ealing SO is registered with Give as you Live. Give as you Live is a way to donate to causes of your choice while you shop online – at no extra cost to you. Register for free, choose the cause you want to support (you can change this at any time), and use their links to shop at your favourite online stores, including Amazon, eBay, Asos, Next, Waitrose, Tesco, John Lewis, Waitrose and more.

 

Ealing Symphony on BBC Radio 3

We are delighted to have been chosen as one of ten groups to be featured on BBC Radio 3, as part of the “Get Playing” scheme, in collaboration with Making Music. Our recording of George Lloyd’s Sixth Symphony was the piece submitted. The third movement was broadcast on the Breakfast show on BBC Radio 3 on 2 August. You can listen to the recording on the BBC website.

Remember that our CDs are not publicly available, they are only available to our Members and our Friends. If you liked the recording and would like to hear more, become a Friend!

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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.

 

Vacancies

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

 

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