"Once again, the Trowbridge Symphony Orchestra never fails to impress or deliver an incomparable musical experience. This can be in part down to the leadership of Philip Draisey and Carmen Tunney, but also in their own respective talents as musicians." (Wiltshire Times November 2018)
Trowbridge Symphony Orchestra has a long history having been formed in 1923. It draws its members from around Wiltshire and meets regularly during term time, performing 3 concerts per year at differing venues, including The Wiltshire Music Centre Bradford on Avon and Holy Trinity Church, Bradford-on-Avon.
Recent concerts have included Shostakovitch Piano Concerto no.2, Beethoven Symphony no.3, Dvorak Symphony no.8, Sibelius Symphony no.2, Mahler Symphonies no.1 & no.5, Elgar Cello Concerto, Shostakovitch Piano Concerto, Bruch Violin Concerto, Glazunov Violin Concerto