The Solihull Symphony Orchestra is a welcoming and friendly group that enjoys taking on the challenge of a lively and varied repertoire. Our members span an age range from under 18 to over 90.
The orchestra began life as an evening class in Solihull, moving to its independent status in 1990 when Malcolm Peters was invited to become its conductor. Since 2001, Martin Leigh has been conductor and musical director.
In January 2005, the orchestra changed its name from Knowle Sinfonia to the Solihull Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra is affiliated to the National Federation of Music Societies, and supported by the PRS Foundation for new music.
The Solihull Symphony Orchestra is a Registered Charity No 1118720
Rehearsals are held every Tuesday evening from 19.30 until 21.45 during term time, with at least three concert performances each year. In addition our annual Rising Stars concert provides an opportunity for talented young local musicians to perform with the orchestra.
We aim to perform in different venues throughout the Borough, and welcome invitations to play at special events.
If you are interesting in joining, would like to buy tickets or can help us to promote our concerts please contact us.
Musical Director : Martin Leigh