Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra

On the road again

Posted on 7 July 2016 by Jessica Kelly

Victoria Thomas, a soon-to-graduate BMus student, tells us about Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra’s recent tour to Germany and Belgium… Bright and early on 12th June, Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra ventured on their second tour to Germany and Belgium with a series of four concerts lined up in which we would perform Sibelius’ Finlandia, Pärt’s If
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Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra heads off on tour

Posted on 13 June 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Undergraduate student Bronwen Maggs is about to head off to Germany with Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra. The Orchestra will be performing in a range of venues and Bronwen will be there to help document everything… “With just one more day to go until the Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra set off on their first ever trip to Europe,
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Performing Debussy premieres

Posted on 12 March 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Later this month Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra will perform world premieres of works by Debussy at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall. Sam Warner, a 3rd-year student and Principal Cellist, looks ahead to the concert… “During my seven years playing in an orchestra, the only French orchestral repertoire from the turn of the 20th-century I’ve had the
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Performing Beethoven

Posted on 19 December 2014 by Jessica Kelly

One of the most attractive features of studying at Cardiff is the richness and diversity of performance opportunities available to students, both on campus and within the city.  In November, Cardiff University Symphony Chorus and Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra joined forces, under conductor Mark Eager, to perform Beethoven Symphony no.9 at St. David’s Hall in
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