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The Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1946 and is made up of local musicians, mainly amateurs or teachers of music, with a professional conductor and leader.
The orchestra is set up as a charity and its aim is to make live orchestral music available locally, something much appreciated particularly by those who cannot readily get to concerts further afield.
Its three subscription concerts each year focus particularly on 19th and 20th century masterpieces which are attractive and enjoyable for audiences and, at the same time, interesting and challenging for the players.
In addition, SSO presents an annual Family Concert, which is aimed particularly at children of primary school age, as well as teaming up with the Sevenoaks Philharmonic Choir for a joint concert.
See more info at sevenoakssymphonyorchestra.org.uk
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