St. Neots Sinfonia Society
The community orchestra of St Neots serves the area of South-West Cambridgeshire and Eastern Bedfordshire. They were founded in 1989 with the mission to enable local musicians to have fun playing in an orchestra and to perform public concerts of popular works several times a year for local music lovers.
Their conductor is Reginald Searle, who graduated from the Royal School of Music in 1963. He has now retired and this has allowed him to concentrate on writing more music. St Neots Sinfonia has premiered several of his works.
They perform public concerts, generally four times a year. Typically two of the concerts are orchestral concerts, one is a concert in partnership with the St Neots Choral Society, and one is a family Christmas concert.
They generally perform well known popular classical works, but try to include one new or unusual piece in each concert.
Tensor are one of our patrons and we are very appreciative of companies like them who are willing to help us with our funding said Reginald Searle.
To find out more details about the St. Neots Choral Society please visit their website at www.stneotschoral.org.uk.