Our next concert in on September 30th in St Oswalds Church Sowerby at 7.30pm 

Ravel - Tombeau De Couperin

Mahler - Adagietto from Symphony No. 5

Beethoven - Sympony No.4

Please book your tickets now at White Rose Books in Thirsk
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'A painter paints a picture on canvas.  But musicians paint their pictures on silence'.  Leopald Stokowski

 

Free concert St Oswalds Church August 6th:

"Philip Cull was amazing"

"Gabriel's Oboe was beautiful"

"The strings played together beautifully"

"I'll definitely be going to the next concert"

Click here to see the reviews in full

 

Night at the Cinema Reviews:

 "This is probably the first time that a full orchestra has ever played to a film at the Ritz; there are no surviving records, but the atmosphere was probably only ever enhanced by a lady piano player!"

"Impeccable timing"

"A privilge to be in the audience"

 

Watch a snippet here.

 

The TSinf is a newly formed orchestra based in Thirsk.  We have been successful in recruiting around 50 musicians from all over the North of England.

We are proud to be the first (that we can find) full sized orchestra in the market town of Thirsk with George Morton as our esteemed conductor. 

Thirsk Sinfonia aims to give both musicians performing and the audience a varied and challenging repertoire that will be interesting and enjoyable to all ages.

 

Repertoire and Programming

By forming the programmes from the suggestions of both musicians and the wider public, we aim to include works that will stretch the musicians abilities but that are also enjoyable for the audience to listen to.  We are keen to perform works that are less well-known and/or not often performed.  This may include music of other cultures or genres such as klezmer or jazz.  

 

Concerts

We are aiming to give around three concerts per year in March, June and September in or around the Thirsk area. 

 

Musicians

We recruit, wherever possible, from Thirsk and the surrounding areas although to retain the size and calibre of our musicians’ playing ability it is sometimes necessary to recruit from outside.

Soloists