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Over this last year, Bristol Symphony Orchestra raised £5,241 in support of St Peter's Hospice Room to Care Appeal. Just part of our £16,538.43 total raised for local charities since forming in 2016.

Bristol Magazine questions

by Jessica Hope - The Bristol Magazine

Q. How did you become a composer and conductor? What was your inspiration growing up which made you want to go into the world of music?

A. Inspiration has always come from all sorts of people and places. I...

November 8, 2018

Celebrating the Life of Sara Lovell | St George’s Bristol, 24th March 2018 It may have been built as a Chapel of Ease, but trudging up the steps to St. George's

On Saturday 24th March Bristol Symphony concert is titled Brief Encounter and consists of an emotional and moving programme. The soloists are either related to Sara, or enjoyed a life-long friendship with her.

October 6, 2017

We are very happy to announce that Bristol Symphony Orchestra will be supporting the Room to Care Appeal  starting with our November 2017 concert with Nicola Meecham (concert details here).

St Peter’s Hospice is the only adult hospice for Bristol, South Gloucestershire...

Clifton Cathedral and Bristol Symphony Orchestra present in partnership
the 1916 silent film The Battle of the Somme with live orchestra,

Friday 18th November 2016, 8pm at Clifton Cathedral as part of Somme100 Film

The Film: 18th November is a fitting day for the presen...

September 29, 2016

Bristol Symphony helped to raise nearly £10,000 for three Bristol charities. It's been a successful season of charity concerts for Bristol Symphony Orchestra. Having formed in January 2016, Bristol Symphony Orchestra is pleased to have helped raise nearly £10,000 for t...

This is going to be a wonderful concert. We are really looking forward to this event and proud to be supporting such a great locally based charity such as Penny Brohn UK. We will be performing a stunning programme with our soloist, Sara Lovell (cello).

For programme,...

Composer Dame Ethel Smyth’s Serenade in D, to be performed by Bristol Symphony Orchestra at the High Sheriff's Concert - Saturday 18th June, 7.30pm at St George’s Bristol.

Feminist is the first word that greets you on the Twitter feed of Helen Wilde, the High Sheriff of...

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