Thanks to all our players, patrons and concert goers for a great season of music. We also say thanks to Duncan Westerman who has been wielding the baton for 40 years this year. Rehearsals start again on September 11th and we can
Just 3 days until our end of season blockbuster Sunday, 3pm at the Pittville Pump Rooms. Featuring a world premiere of a commission from local composer Neil Luck – 4 minutes of genius. Tickets only £10 on the door. We’re also playing
The annual Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra plant sale is next Saturday. It will be full of perennial bargains. We look forward to seeing you there.
Gloucestershire Echo – 30th April 2013 Roger Jones MODERN music began, it is claimed, with Debussy’s Prélude å l’après-midi d’un faune. What better way then to start a programme of twentieth century music. The dreamy opening solo by flautist Kay Wadwell and
The Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra are proud to support the St Vincent’s and St George’s Helping Hands project in Cheltenham – they have an excellent selection of plants and shrubs at very reasonable prices. The proceeds help support the fantastic work of the
We have had our final rehearsal and the Phil is in great form ahead of this Sunday’s concert. A glorious mix of Debussy, Hindemith and Vaughan-Williams. Tickets are available on the door £10 for adults, £6 concesssions and free for Under 16’s.
Although we are not even halfway through the 2012/13 season attention is already turning to the Cheltenham Philharmonic’s programme for 2013/14. The committee will shortly be planning the music programme for next season. Suggestions from members of music they would like to