john-andrews-2016Welcome to our 2017/18 Season, which promises an outstanding line up of soloists and guest conductors performing a rich and varied mixture of classics and lesser-known masterpieces.

The season begins with three composers’ very different evocations of Italy, including a rare outing for Bizet’s flamboyant portrait of Roma, and ends with the orchestra’s first assault on Bruckner’s monumental Seventh Symphony.

In between, I am particularly pleased to announce the return of our family concerts this April, making the most wonderful music come alive for audiences of all ages.

I hope that this season will delight players and audiences alike and I look forward to welcoming you to Trinity Church in Harrow and introducing you to this feast of music making.

John Andrews, Music Director of Trinity Orchestra

 

7:30 pmTrinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX

Trinity Orchestra is thrilled to welcome guest conductor Alexander Walker and cellist Julian Metzger for a programme of Borodin, Shostakovich and Dvořák.

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7:30 pmTrinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX

For our first concert of the new year, we present Dvořák’s much-loved Violin Concerto with Music Director John Andrews and internationally celebrated soloist Fenella Humphreys.

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4:00 pmTrinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX

Trinity Orchestra is very excited to announce the return of its popular Family Concert for children and adults of all ages, conducted by Mark Austin.

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7:30 pmTrinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX

Join us and talented RCM pianist Nikola Avramovic for this wonderful programme of music by Gershwin, Bax and Vaughan Williams.

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7:30 pmTrinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX

For the final concert of our 2017/18 Season, under the baton of John Andrews, we’re thrilled to welcome the distinguished international flautist Katherine Bryan to star as soloist.

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