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40 YEARS AND COUNTING

It was the 40th anniversary of our first concert at the Town hall as Stockport Symphony Orchestra in October 2017

SIYMC 2021

Our international competition for young musicians has again attracted interest from all over the world even in the face of coronavirus.  We have to remain optimistic that the event can still take place in some form in March 2021

TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER

The SSO is delighted that Helen Brackley Jones continues as the orchestra’s leader for another season

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THE SOLOISTS

As ever, we have some exciting soloists coming to Stockport for 2020/21  

THE COMPETITION

Stockport’s biennial international young musicians competition is back!

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STOCKPORT’S ORCHESTRA

40 years ago the orchestra accepted the offer by Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council of a permanent home in the Edwardian splendour of the Town Hall and we are now proud to celebrate more than 40 seasons as the Borough's official orchestra.  The orchestra performs eight concerts each season at the Town Hall and also appears elsewhere during the year.

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Stockport Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1975 as The New Orchestra of Manchester.


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NEXT SEASON

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We are working hard to bring you a full season from October.  Like everyone, our plans are subject to progress on the pandemic but we hope soon to have a full season fixed in principle to tell you about

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THE SEASON

Details of the season are here

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A CONCERT!

Beethoven 250 becomes Beethoven 251 in our first concert since February 2020.  A Ludwig celebration programme with conductor Stephen Threlfall and Helen Brackley Jones as soloist.  A reduced orchestra and very reduced audience to keep everyone safe.  Tickets are limited and seating socially distanced.  The programme is about an hour long without an interval.  All tickets refunded if we are forced to cancel. Don't delay if you want to come - there aren't many seats to be had! https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sso