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The reviewer for our concert on 12th November 2022, Jonathan Watts said "Rupert Bond, with his clear beat and technical skill as a conductor, is to be congratulated on the discipline and precision within the orchestra, resulting in brilliant ensemble playing. Not only was this an enjoyable concert, but it was highly professional: the large, local audience is fortunate that Folkestone can maintain such a fine group of players.".
The reviewer for our concert on 12th March 2022, Brin Hughes said "This was another splendid concert by the Folkestone Symphony Orchestra that goes from strength to strength under its inestimable leader Floriane Peycelon and the consummate direction of Rupert Bond, bringing pride to the local musical community."
The reviewer for the Autumn Concert on 6th November 2021, Dr. Berkeley Hill said "The experienced and excellent conductor, Rupert Bond, has developed the orchestra to a point where technical standards are exemplary and audience enjoyment of the artistic results can be guaranteed.".
Please see "Forthcoming Concerts" for a list of our planned concerts for the 2022-23 Concert Season.
|24 Jan 2023 Online Tickets are now available for 18th March concert
The concert on 18th March will include Elgar's Cockaigne Overture, Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor with Vincent Barrella as the soloist and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 1 "Winter Dreams". Tickets are now available to book online. Either click on Buy Tickets and select the 18th March concert or click here:
|03 Nov 2022 Car Parking for our Concerts at Holy Trinity Church, Folkestone
Please note that the Town Council have very kindly agreed to keep the Leas Cliff Hall Car Park (postcode CT20 2BY) open for us until 11 pm on the evenings of our concerts at Holy Trinity Church (12th November 2022, 18th March 2023, 24th June 2023), as much of the street parking around the church (on the coastal side of Sandgate Road) is restricted to Residents Only. The Leas Cliff Hall Car Park is free from 6 pm and is only a 7 minute walk from the church. Alternatively, you may find some street parking in the side streets off Sandgate Road, on the Church side.
|20 Mar 2021 Repertoire
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