Some comments about our November concert:- Congratulations to Stephen Threlfall and the Chester Phil for another wonderful concert last night. The Schreker was a revelation – delightfully light and precise. The Mahler was my favourite 5th symphony of the series. The … Continue reading
Just a reminder that the new season’s rehearsals start on Monday 4th September @ 7.30 in All Saint’s Church Centre Hoole Chester. Schreker, Ponce and Mahler
Wonderful evening , thanks to everyone. Looking forward to Mahler 5 B.S. A “Gift” evening, made richer by a receptive, and appreciative, audience.. D.M. Brilliant concert and playing by the orchestra D.W.
Chester Philharmonic will be providing a string quartet for Chester’s new Storyhouse theatre and cultural centre on Sunday next 21st to celebrate WOW (women of the world) week.
Chester Philharmonic have been awarded the Cheshire West Voluntary Arts Network Music Award for 2017 in recognition of our longevity, in supporting young musicians & collaboration with Queens Park High School Chester. Thank you CWVAN.
Great news. Chester Philharmonic have been nominated in this year’s Community and Voluntary Arts Award. The results and awards will be presented by The Sheriff on May 16th in Chester Town Hall.
Wow, what a fantastic night in the presence of the Sheriff, our local MP and Finland’s Cultural Attache. Many ‘ex pat’ Finns were also there including several women in National Costume. They came from far and wide and also included … Continue reading
Here are some comments from members of the packed audience for our Shostakovich concert on March 4th. I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed tonight’s concert. It was brilliant. I have never heard a Shostakovich composition before … Continue reading
Following our AGM yesterday we have to announce that the Chairman and Secretary posts have new members in post. The Chairman is now Julia Edwards (Double Bass) and Secretary Alex Stubbs (Bassoon). Chester Philharmonic wish to place on record our … Continue reading
Comment on our Twitter feed tweeted during the concert interval….Brilliant Weber and Sibelius looking forward to Beethoven’s 5th #DaDaDaDa