Month: March 2017

March 31, 2017 Jerome Sadler No comments exist

Members of the CRSO visited Danecourt School in Gillingham recently to spend the day with the children exploring music and musical instruments. In this week’s blog entry, CRSO Orchestral Manager Lis Sadler reports on this great example of living the CRSO’s mission to “nurture excellence in our community through music“: “What is our vision for CRSO? We would like…

March 23, 2017 Jerome Sadler No comments exist

DH-Midi Organs The story behind one of the CRSO’s Sponsors The CRSO’s orchestral manager Elisabeth Sadler has been investigating the interesting story behind the organ which Scott Farrell, Director of Music and Organist at Rochester Cathedral, will play in the Saint-Saens Organ Symphony in the CRSO’s next concert on 13th May. ”Did you know that…

March 14, 2017 Jerome Sadler 2 comments

Reflections on the CRSO Concert, February 2017 Mahler, Brahms, Matthew Brown and Beethoven Thank you very much to the +-430 people who came to the CRSO’s concert on the 25th February; we hope that you felt very welcome, and that you enjoyed the evening. This was a demanding programme for the orchestra, and several members of…