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Symphony Orchestra Concert – A light in the Dark: a Musical Treat/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Music, News, Reviews, Symphony Orchestra/by Editor
Henley Symphony Orchestra’s concert on Sunday afternoon at Reading Concert Hall was historically interesting and a musical treat. The programme comprised music ranging over nearly a hundred years but all […]
Henley Symphony Orchestra Joined by ‘Rising Star’ Ben Goldscheider/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Events, Home - Other Stories, Music, News, Symphony Orchestra/by Editor
Henley Symphony Orchestra’s next concert under Music Director Ian Brown takes place in Reading Concert Hall at 4pm on Sunday 18 November. As always, the orchestra has shown its customary ambition, […]
Love for Music Shines Through at Symphony Orchestra’s First Festival Concert/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Events, Music, News, Reviews, Symphony Orchestra/by Editor
Saturday morning was a first for the Henley Symphony Orchestra when they took to Henley Festival’s floating stage. The varied programme was well chosen with music recognised by a lot […]
Henley Symphony Orchestra to Play on Festival Floating Stage/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Home - Other Stories, Music, News, Symphony Orchestra/by Editor
Henley Symphony Orchestra is delighted to announce that it has been invited to present its summer concert on the floating stage at Henley Festival on the morning of Saturday 14 […]
Henley Symphony Orchestra Concerts/in Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Events, Music, News, Symphony Orchestra/by Editor
Henley Symphony Orchestra has two very exciting concerts coming up. Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the BBC Young Musician of the year, now only 18, is soloist with them in Elgar’s passionate cello […]