Dulwich Symphony Orchestra is a local, community orchestra of dedicated members whose numbers are growing from strength-to-strength as the new 2016/2017 season begins.

Performed at the beautiful All Saints Church, Lovelace Road, West Dulwich, SE21, the DSO’s autumn/winter concert on Saturday 26th November, at 7pm features no less than three symphonies, presenting a master-class in this ambitious musical form.

The orchestra’s conductor, Leigh O’Hara says, “This concert features three very different symphonies. The ‘Haffner’; is a short but important work in Mozart’s output and one of his most joyous. Brahms is a composer that the orchestra hasn’t tackled for a while and his dramatic first symphony could be dubbed Beethoven’s tenth, an obvious influence. These two symphonies will be a fascinating contrast with Sibelius’ seventh and last, which is a single movement work and one of the greatest symphonic conceptions.”

For our Summer 2017 concert we are proud to announce that the DSO will be hosting a fundraising Gala concert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of St.Christopher’s Hospice by Dame Cicely Saunders.

7pm, on Saturday 26th November at All Saints Church, Lovelace Road, London, SE21 8JY, disability accessible.

Mozart – Symphony No.35 in D, The Haffner
Sibelius – Symphony No.7
Brahms – Symphony No.1 in C minor
Conductor: Leigh O’Hara, Leader: Paula Tysall

Ticket prices: £12 adults (concessions £10), Under 16s free, includes a free interval drink – West Dulwich or Tulse Hill rail stations – free on street parking.

Visit www.dulwichsymphonyorchestra.org.uk or Twitter @DulwichSymphony. Tickets also available on Eventbrite, search for ‘Dulwich Symphony Orchestra’.