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Welcome To The Bath Symphony Orchestra

Upcoming Concerts

Please see the concerts page for more information and details about our concerts.

March 2020 Concert

Saturday 7 March 2020, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

June 2020 Concert

Saturday 6 June 2020, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

November 2020 Concert

Saturday 14 November 2020, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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Bath Symphony Orchestra is Bath’s only large amateur symphony orchestra and is made up of over sixty playing members, with a minimum entry requirement of Grade 8 standard. We present three main concerts a year and have been performing since 1948.

The orchestra caters for people from all walks of life, all of whom are dedicated and talented amateur musicians who aim to perform challenging symphonic programmes to a near-professional standard. The Leader and the Musical Director are employed on a professional basis.

Please browse our site to find out more about us and our performances. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Latest Orchestra News

Click an item below to read news of upcoming concerts and other topics which may be of interest to you.

Bath Symphony Orchestra is delighted to welcome back Viv McLean as soloist for our June 2020 concert at Wiltshire Music Centre. Viv has a long-standing association with the Orchestra, having played the Beethoven Piano [...]

Following a successful concert of Mahler's Symphony No. 2 'Resurrection' at the start of our 70th Anniversary Season, we are pleased to announce a return to The Forum on 14 November 2020 to perform [...]

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Testimonials

“The jewel in the crown was undoubtedly Tchaikovsky’s sixth and final symphony…. There was a solid and never failing empathy between Monteith and the orchestra.”

Anthony Corfe

“Conductor Eugene Monteith can be very pleased with the development of the orchestra under his clear informed direction.”

Peter Lloyd Williams

“Mahler Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’
One of the most impressive features of the evening was the relationship between the orchestra and conductor Eugene Monteith. He had an amazing ability to control the silences, bringing the orchestra from the terrifying funeral march down to silence before bringing in the strings from nowhere. A huge undertaking, especially when visually faced with such a huge force.”

Bethany Nichol

“This performance brought the score to life, much aided by the ensemble’s sensitivity towards balance of dynamics and a clear sense of contrast between themes. Monteith’s interpretation of the score resulted in a highly engaging performance which demonstrated a very strong sense of ensemble playing throughout.”

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