Sunday 9 July 2017, 7.30pm
Chamber music concert by members of Ealing Symphony Orchestra
Featuring The Voice Section!
Free with retiring collection.
Saturday 15 July 2017, 7.30pm
BAX The Garden of Fand
BEETHOVEN Emperor Concerto (Piano: George Harliono)
STRAUSS An Alpine Symphony
Our 2017/18 season has been announced!
We’re delighted to announce that the majority of our 2017/18 dates have been confirmed. Get them in your diary on the Next Season page. The theme is “The Apocalypse Goes Fourth”, so look out for lots of fourths…!
Featuring Matthew Taylor, Scriabin, Nielsen, Wagner, Glazunov, Delius and more. We are delighted to welcome back Jess Gillam for Barbara Thompson’s saxophone concerto, and we are very excited to play with the Young Musician of the Year, Sheku Kanneh-Mason.
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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.
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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.
We are always happy to hear from good amateur string players. Find out more on our Join us page.