Summer Concert

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Watford Philharmonic at Watford Colosseum – Songs for a Summer Evening – 27 June 2018 at 7.30pm   A summer concert of contrasts! Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana has been described as the most frequently performed choral work of the 21st … Continued

From Major to Minor

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Watford Philharmonic at Watford Colosseum – From Major to Minor – 28th April 2018 at 7.30pm Two works make up the programme for our Spring concert: Dvořák’s Mass in D Major and Beethoven’s Symphony Number 9. The 9th Symphony, considered to … Continued

Christmas Concert

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A Celebration of Christmas – 13th December 2017 at 7pm The choir and orchestra of Watford Philharmonic Society return with their Christmas concert at Watford Colosseum. Our traditional concert of Christmas music and carols will be a great start to … Continued

Buy a season ticket

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Buy a season ticket for our 2017/18 concerts at Watford Colosseum and get 4 concerts for the price of three. Click on Buy Tickets above for details of how to get four concerts for the price of three by buying … Continued

More about Sunday Night at the Muse

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We are really excited to be presenting an orchestral concert that is perfect for a summer’s evening.   Sunday Night at the Muse invites you to join us, when Watford Philharmonic Orchestra will be going down Memory Lane for a concert of … Continued

Our next Orchestral Workshop

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Our next Orchestral Workshop will be held on Sunday 5th February from 2pm to 5pm in the Recital Hall, Nascot Wood Junior School, Nascot Wood Road, Watford WD17 4YS. We will be playing Beethoven’s 7th Symphony. String players are asked … Continued

Please buy this!

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  A Christmas Miracle is a song written by Michael Cayton’s first music teacher at primary school. The song aims to raise awareness throughout the country of children who live in poverty. Ten schools from across the Fylde Coast have … Continued

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