Hounslow Symphony Orchestra To Perform Again

Live streaming first concert in 18 months from St. Mary's Church, Isleworth

Hounslow Symphony Orchestra (HSO)
Hounslow Symphony Orchestra (HSO)



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Hounslow Symphony Orchestra (HSO) is planning to hold a concert together again for the first time in 18 months.

It is still unable to perform in front of a live audience so will be livestreaming the concert from St Mary’s Church, Osterley Road, Isleworth on Saturday 3 July from 7.30pm.

The programme includes Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture, Beethoven: Symphony No 7, Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending and Janacek: Adagio with soloist Nicola Garty the orchestra’s leader.

You’ll be able to view the concert live, or at any time for up to 24 hours after it ends.

One £10 ticket (plus £1 booking fee) is valid for your whole household and can be purchased by clicking here or for more information go to www.hounslow-symphony.org.uk.

Hounslow Symphony Orchestra is an amateur orchestra of around 55 players. It plays three concerts each season, usually at St Mary’s Church and St Paul’s Church, in Chiswick. It concentrates on the standard classical and romantic repertoire and from time to time perform contemporary works.

HSO’s conductor and music director is Olsi Qinami, who has conducted major orchestras in London, Italy and Albania. Leader, Nicola Garty, has performed professionally all over the world.


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June 17, 2021

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