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Faversham Strings Sponsor
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2nd December 2016
Jerome Sadler

Faversham Strings

One of the CRSO’s sponsors is the excellent string workshop “Faversham Strings”. The CRSO’s orchestral manager, Elisabeth Sadler, spent some time at the workshop this week, and wrote the following: “Today I set out on a trip to Faversham to find out more about Faversham Strings, a violin, viola and cello workshop set up recently

24th November 2016
Jerome Sadler

Microsoft Charity Support

This site runs on the Microsoft Azure cloud, and I am very happy to say that the CRSO is now part of the Microsoft Software Donations programme for charities. This is an excellent scheme, and we at the CRSO are very grateful to Microsoft and TT-Exchange (Technology Trust Exchange) for their support. There are lots

22nd November 2016
Jerome Sadler

Concert 19 November 2016 “Music for the Movies”

A big thank you from all of us at the CRSO for the brilliant response to our “Music from the Movies” concert on Saturday 19th November. We had getting on for 700 people in the Central Theatre in Chatham, and, for those of us sitting on a (packed!) stage, it was so exciting to be