Torbay Symphony Orchestra is a full-sized symphony orchestra which regularly
performs concerts to a wide range of audiences across South Devon. Musicians
come from far and wide to play in the orchestra which is based in Totnes, a
market town well known for its alternative culture.
Under the baton of conductor Richard Gonski and led by violinist Chris Eastman, the TSO enjoys a reputation for embracing all kinds of music in our concerts, from the familiar and popular to acclaimed performances of contemporary repertoire and music specifically commissioned by the orchestra from living composers.
March 10th and 11th, 2018: Part of the COMA Music Festival
Following on from our concert at the Teignmouth Pavilions last year, we are so pleased to be returning to this wonderful venue on Saturday 10th March as part of the Teignmouth Classical Music Festival. The following day, on Sunday 11th, we are back at St Johns in Totnes.
Both concerts are also part of the COMA Contemporary Music Festival which is a nationwide feast of new music. We are really honoured to be asked to take part in this prestigious festival and will be performing Stephen Montague's Dark Sun' alongside the Tchaikovsky violin concerto and Mahler's 1st Symphony.
The soloist in the Tchaikovsky is Elena Abad. Elena performed with the TSO in 2013 to much acclaim and we are delighted to welcome her back.
Click on this link to buy tickets for the Totnes concert.
Tickets for the Teignmouth concert can be bought from: Teignmouth Pavilions