Wexford Sinfonia was formed in 1993 with Fergus Sheil as conductor with other conductors including Alan Cutts and Andrew Synnott across the years. Wexford Sinfonia aims to bring together professional and established instrumentalists, performers and conductors with amateur players in the South East to provide a high standard of music performance and appreciation for players and audiences alike. The instrumentalists, professional, semi-professional and amateur players, are drawn from all over the South East, and come from as far afield as Dublin and Cork. Wexford Sinfonia hold two compulsory rehearsal weekends for each season, Saturday afternoons and evenings and Sunday mornings and afternoons. Optional sectional rehearsals are sometimes arranged. Each year will typically see two performances from the Wexford Sinfonia orchestra.
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Next Wexford Sinfonia event November 24th.
Did you learn a musical instrument as a child or have recently taken one up as an adult? The Gateway Orchestra is primarily for adults below the level of Grade 4. Launched in September 2003 by Wexford Sinfonia in association with the Arts Department of Wexford County Council.
As a Friend of Wexford Sinfonia, you would be making a valuable practical contribution towards the continuing success of the orchestra. In return, Friends receive one ticket and a programme for each of our two concerts in the relevant year, their name included in each concert programme and access to accounts upon request. Applications accepted online!