Leicester Symphony Orchestra

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Leicester Symphony Orchestra Profile

The Leicester Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1922 by Sir Malcolm Sargent, then a local parish organist and chorus master. The orchestra continues the Sargent tradition of recruiting talented local players and bringing to Leicester soloists of international calibre and fame, to give the people of Leicester symphonic music of the highest possible standard. Each year it performs three concerts at its regular venue, the De Montfort Hall in Leicester, and is available for others.

The LSO is a registered charity and relies solely on income from ticket sales, members' subscriptions, Friends of the LSO, Patrons, and sponsorship from Sheehan's Music Services, Cooper-Parry Chartered Accountants, Fine Recordings and Churchgate Music, to ensure that the long and fine tradition of music making established by Sir Malcolm Sargent continues. It receives no public funding apart from occasional grants for special projects. You can assist us this season by coming to our concerts in the De Montfort Hall, and by becoming a subscriber, Friend or Patron.

Leicester Symphony Orchestra Locality of Operation

  • National
  • Locally In England

Leicester Symphony Orchestra Areas of Benefit

  • Music

Address
69 Greengate Lane
Birstall, Leicester
LE4 3JG

Tel - 0116 2677372
Fax - 0116 2677372

Websites and Email Contact
The website of Leicester Symphony Orchestra is - http://www.leicestersymphonyorchestra.co.uk

Number of Trustees
The total number at Leicester Symphony Orchestra is 0

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