Winner 2015 Ealing Festival / ESO Concerto Award
George LLOYD Symphony No. 6
RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 3
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 6
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Click here for some notes about the pieces.
Second-hand CDs for sale!
There will be a ‘stall’ selling good-condition second-hand CDs at our May concert, up during the interval and if possible, a little before the concert as well. All proceeds to the orchestra. Pick up some classic recordings for a bargain price!
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Ealing Symphony confirmed for Clifton International Festival of Music
“A Night at the Opera you won’t forget – dramatic scenes, arias and choruses from some of our favourite Italian Operas in opulent acoustic splendour. Nessun Dorma, Mascagni’s Easter Hymn, the love duet in La Boheme and the dramatic conclusion to Act 1 of Tosca, to name but a few items!”
Click through to the festival website at cliftonfestival.com for more information and tickets, or click the logo below.
Funds raised for church refurbishment with Come-And-Sing the Messiah
Our come-and-sing workshop was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who came and took part, lots of money was raised for Ealing Green Church. We were delighted to have such great support from Ealing Choral Society, if you would like to hear more choral works they have some super pieces this spring and summer, so check them out at ealingchoralsociety.org.uk.
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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.