Newbury Symphony Orchestra is one of the oldest non-professional orchestras in England and is now enjoying its 135th season. Our resident professional conductor is Dr Jonathan Williams and our leader Rachael Elliott.

A major objective of NSO is to encourage young and up-and-coming soloists by inviting them to perform concertos. Soloists John Lill and Barry Tuckwell have gone on to achieve international acclaim after performing with the orchestra.   Rehearsals take place in Newbury on Wednesday evenings during school terms.

The Newbury Symphony Orchestra is affiliated toMaking Music, which represents and supports amateur performing societies throughout the UK and is grateful for the generous support of the Friends of Newbury Symphony Orchestra (link) and our sponsors,Apple Printand Maxx Design, and Philip Brown Violins, Newbury.

For more pictures see the following

Orchestra Slideshow (with thanks to Willie Gunn)


Registered charity No.277308 
 
  
Maxx Design




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THE ROOD MECHANICALS

Concert In aid of the Boxford Barrel Organ

Saturday 1 April in St Mary’s Church Chieveley at 7.00pm

boxford barrel organ



Andrew Lyle (clarinet), Barnaby Wheeler and Richard Newman (violins),
Rachel Mullaly and Helke Bartley (violas), Jo Coote (cello)
invite you to a
Concert of Classical Chamber Music

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN:
String Quintet Op.104

Franz KROMMER:
Clarinet Quintet Op.95

with music by
Joseph HAYDN

and Samuel COLERIDGE-TAYLOR


Tickets (including an interval drink)
Adults: £10 Family ticket: £20 (2 adults plus any children under 18) 
available from
andrew.lyle11@btinternet.com, 
Chieveley Post Office, 
or at the door



Newbury Weekly News  Reviews 
"Made In America"

The review for our "Made in America" concert has now been published in the Newbury Weekly News ...







NSO Joint Schools Summer Concert
On 9 July in collaboration with St Bartholomew School Music Department, NSO put on a well attended concert based on music from the BBC 10 Pieces program which was well received, finishing with Bernstein's Mambo.

Tom Valentine, Trumpet Soloist

Jonny Williams takes a bow
David Goldberg plays Lark Ascending
Violins stand to acknowledge applause
    
Chatting in the bandroom
Mambo!


 


Newbury Weekly News gives Glowing Review for Autumn Concert
29/11/15
Our Autumn concert was well received by the Newbury Weeky News reviewer Nick Davies, see below.

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Support from Waitrose Community Matters

 

Marysia Owen of Waitrose community matters hands over a cheque for £250 for the orchestra to chairman David Cooper. The orchestra was one of the three good causes for the month of July at Waitrose in Newbury. Cooper thanked Waitrose for their generosity, and for providing a month of what is effectively free publicity for the orchestra.