Symphony Orchestra

The University of Manchester Symphony Orchestra is one of the most active and ambitious student orchestras in the country, performing a large range of demanding repertoire in around seven to eight concerts per year. Musicians in the ensemble will have the opportunity to play alongside several concerto soloists as well as in two concerts with the University of Manchester Chorus, performing a range of choral-orchestral works. The orchestra is an auditioned dynamic ensemble, meaning that the positions are allocated by the personnel managers on a concert by concert basis according to each player's audition and taking into account their previous performances, as well as their overall improvement over the year.

You can next hear the orchestra at 7.30pm on 27th February in the Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall where they will be playing a concert featuring Ryan Hum's rendition of Scriabin's Piano Concerto and Hindemith's Symphonic Metamorphoses on a theme of Weber.

Tickets available from the Martin Harris Centre Box Office and www.quaytickets.com