The Sinfonia of Birmingham is one of the leading chamber orchestras in the West Midlands, and performs regularly at the CBSO Centre and 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 the 11th July 2015 at St Andrew's Church, Barnt Green
The concert commences with Haydn's Symphony No. 101 in D major, known as 'The Clock' because of the 'ticking' rhythm throughout the second movement.
It continues with Dvořák's Violin Concerto, performed by the talented young Jacqueline Martens, who has been the Leader of the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra and, in 2008, won the prestigious 'West Midlands Young Musician of the Year'. The concert finishes with Mozart's ever-youthful Symphony No. 39.