The Sinfonia of Birmingham is one of the leading chamber orchestras in the West Midlands and, having been based at the CBSO Centre, performs around the region, as well as accompanying local choral societies.
Working with professional conductors, leaders and soloists from the Birmingham area, the Sinfonia of Birmingham aims to provide high quality music for the community - from the community.
The Sinfonia of Birmingham's principal conductor is Michael Seal - see more on the About page.
Join the Sinfonia of Birmingham at its next performance:
On Saturday 9th July 2016 at St Andrew's Church, Barnt Green.
The concert includes Stravinsky's neo-classical Pulcinella Suite, which was based on his 1920 ballet, but revised to produce this wonderfully-descriptive 1965 suite of eight movements.
Rebecca Eldridge will then perform the charismatic Bassoon Concerto of Weber, which is second in importance for bassoons, after Mozart's concerto.
Continuing the classical theme, the concert will continue with Prokofiev's Classical Symphony (his first symphony), which he attempted to compose in the style of Joseph Haydn.
The concert will finish with Beethoven's magnificent, but light-hearted, Symphony No 8.
A concert not to be missed!