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Spring (Choral) Concert 2019
Sunday 12 May 2019
Verdi Requiem 
Soprano Elizabeth Roberts; Mezzo Soprano Susan Legg; Tenor Mark Le Brocq; Bass Jozik Kotz
Conductor Graham Jones; Leader Lisa Wigmore

Photos and archive material will be posted when time allows. In the meantime, here is the 

Verdi Requiem review

 

Summer Concert 2019

Sunday 30 June 2019, 7pm, St Saviour's Church, South Street BN21 4UT

Music for a Summer's Evening

Nicolai Merry Wives of Windsor (Overture)

Beethoven Symphony No 6 (Pastoral)

Bizet Carmen Suite No 1

Butterworth Banks of Green Willow

Walton Crown Imperial (Coronation March)

Players rehearsals (2–5pm)

St Saviour's Church Hall: 8 Jun, 15 Jun (and AGM); St Saviour's Church: 29 Jun, 30 Jun

For AGM details, please go go 'About us' and then 'meetings'

Tickets (seats not reserved) on sale from 8 June

£14 (in advance) £15 (on the door)

Reid and Dean, 43-45 Cornfield Road, Eastbourne BN21 4QG

or concertmanager@eso.org.uk (07780 993801)


 

Autumn Concert 2019

Sunday 20 October 2019, 7pm, St Saviour’s Church, South Street BN21 4UT

Programme to include

Sibelius Violin Concerto 

Soloist Lucilla Rose Mariotti 

(winner of ESO Young Soloist Competition 2019)

Players rehearsals (2–5pm)

St Saviour's Church Hall: 5 Oct, 12 Oct; St Saviour's Church: 19 Oct, 20 Oct

 

 We are archiving details (programmes, photos, reviews etc) of concerts. It is a work in progress.

 You will find them by going to the Events tab and then archived details. To help you, for example,

 here is a link to Brahms' Requiem on 19 March 2017 with Graham Jones conductor Lisa Wigmore leader

 Click on the Events tab also for a list of all concerts (from our first one in January 1980) 

 which can be sorted according to date, composer, work etc.

 Click on the Orchestra tab for a gallery of photographs of the orchestra.

 Please contact concertmanager@eso.org.uk or 07780 993801 for more information. 

 The orchestra always welcomes new players and we are keen to hear from anyone who is interested in joining us. 

We are particularly keen to fill spaces in our brass, percussion and string sections.
Please contact orchestramanager@eso.org.uk or 07789 988477.

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2020 is our 40th season

33rd Annual Young Soloist Competition

 

The first round of the ESO’s 33rd annual Young Soloist Competition is on 4 and 5 January. Some 30 competitors from music colleges around the UK and abroad present a 15-minute performance of a contrasting programme of their own choice, judged by four adjudicators. They will perform on piano, string and wind instruments. An audience is welcome to come and go as they wish between competitors. Just turn up; there is no need to reserve seats; a contribution of £5 to offset expenses (tea / coffee provided). The competition runs from 2pm until about 6.30pm each afternoon in the Birley Centre, 4 Carlisle Road BN21 4EF. The final round, on Sunday 26 January at 2pm (£10, on the door only, includes refreshments), has four or five competitors who present a 20-minute performance of two contrasting concerto movements. The winner plays a concerto with the ESO. 

 

Spring Concert

7.30pm Sunday 26 April 2020

St Saviour's Church

Players rehearsals 2-5pm: hall: 4 Apr, 18 Apr; church 25 Apr, 26 Apr


Summer Concert

7pm Sunday 14 June 2020

St Saviour's Church

Players rehearsals 2-5pm: hall 23 May, 6 Jun (and AGM); church 13 Jun, 14 Jun


Autumn Concert

7pm Sunday 18 October 2020

St Saviour's Church

Players rehearsals 2-5pm: hall 3 Oct, 10 Oct; church 17 Oct, 18 Oct 



This page was last updated on 17 May 2019