The English String Orchestra perform a programme of iconic string music in Malvern, featuring Mozart, Finzi, Bach and Vivaldi, directed by ESO Leader Zoë Beyers.
English Symphony Orchestra release new CD of orchestral work by Steven R. Gerber and Steve Elcock appointed ‘John McCabe Composer-in-Association’.
English Symphony Orchestra Celebrate Black History Month with Virtual Concert: The Art and Evolution of the Rag
The English Symphony Orchestra celebrate The Art and Evolution of the Rag in observation of Black History Month in the UK.
The English Symphony Orchestra are joined by pianist Sarah-Beth Briggs who will bring Mozart’s colourful and almost operatic piano concerto to life.
The English Symphony Orchestra returns to the Swan Theatre for a programme of music written by composers in their youth, led by Zoë Beyers.
The English Symphony Orchestra perform at Hereford’s oldest and largest parish, St Peter’s Church with Alexander Sitkovetsky.
English Symphony Orchestra continue Composer Portrait series with programme celebrating the music of Adrian Williams
The English Symphony Orchestra continue their acclaimed series of virtual concerts filmed at Wyastone Concert Hall on the 11th of June with a programme of music by the orchestra’s current “John McCabe Composer-in-Association”, Adrian Williams.
The world-renowned English Symphony Orchestra is planning a series of concerts at Crumplebury to mark a thrilling new partnership with the Herefordshire venue.
Long hailed as the International Orchestra of Elgar Country, the English Symphony Orchestra, based in Elgar’s home city of Worcester, will present a performance of David Matthews’ acclaimed orchestration of the Elgar String Quartet as part of their Music from Wyastone series of virtual concerts on the ESO Digital platform on 14 May.
English Symphony Orchestra conclude acclaimed Storytelling series with two beloved tales by the Brothers Grimm
The English Symphony Orchestra (ESO) will complete their ground-breaking series of new storytelling works for narrator and orchestra in April with the world premiere broadcasts of two of the most popular stories by the Brothers Grimm: Hansel and Gretel (music by Thomas Kraines) narrated by Henry Goodman, and The Bremen Town Musicians (music by Kile Smith) narrated by Gemma Whelan.