Salisbury Sinfonia was established in 1992 by its founding conductor Michael Moorsom and a group of local players. It has presented an annual season of concerts in and around Salisbury ever since. It aims to provide interesting and varied programmes of music ranging from the classical period to contemporary works. It also sets out to encourage young, particularly local, instrumental soloists, composers and conductors.
The orchestra now thrives under the baton of the London-based conductor Tim Murray. Salisbury Sinfonia Concert Society was formed in 1996 as a non-profit making organisation. It is a registered charity, and a member of Making Music.
We are enormously grateful to our corporate sponsors for their invaluable support
South Way, Walworth Ind. Est.,
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If you may be able to support the orchestra through sponsorship, please contact Fiona Ross to discuss various options.
The orchestra is regularly booked by a variety of organisations to give or take part in other concerts. If you are interested in hiring the orchestra, please contact Nick Mettyear.