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Find out what’s been happening at Harrogate Symphony Orchestra.

Calling All Singers!

5 Sep 19

The annual HSO Proms concert in June 2020 will be even more special than usual. A joint event with Harrogate Choral Society, taking place on 27th June at Harrogate Convention Centre, this concert will be raising funds in aid of Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity. What's more, you can...


HSO team tackles the Bed Race!

12 May 19

A plucky team from Harrogate Symphony Orchestra is tackling this year's  Great Knaresborough Bed Race. This legendary event takes place on Saturday 8th June. The 2-mile course includes steep hills, cobbled streets and the grand finale - a swim across the River Nidd!  Before all that is the...


Harrogate Homeless Project Donation

22 Feb 19

Harrogate Homeless Project was Harrogate Symphony Orchestra's chosen charity during 2018. Funds were raised at each concert through prize draws and other donations. We were delighted by the end of the year to be able to present a cheque for £2,000 to this extremely worthwhile cause. The...


Welcome to our new website

15 Nov 18

A warm welcome to our new website. We will be updating it over the coming days and weeks with lots of information, so please check back regularly.


Read the latest HSO Newsletter - Musical Notes

9 Nov 18

Take a few minutes to browse the latest issue of the HSO Newsletter - Musical Notes. In this issue: Spot the Logo Concert Reviews Future Concerts New members and farewells Member News and Profiles Click to download the Newsletter: Download


Ready for the new season

27 Sep 18

As we near the end of August and the kids are looking forward to going back to school, the members of HSO are busy preparing for the new season. Rehearsals start on Thurs 10 September, with the winter concert on Sat 21 November 2015. As we near the end of August and the kids are looking forward to...


From Musical Notes To Bank Notes

27 Sep 18

A local amateur musical group has played its part to help build the first ever ‘Maggie’s’ Centre in Yorkshire to support people in our area affected by cancer by raising £1951.