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Classical Music for Staffordshire

Stafford Sinfonia

We are an orchestra based in Stafford performing classical music.

At Stafford Sinfonia, we strive to bring the music of the world’s greatest composers to the people of Staffordshire. Our members are passionate about music, and we work hard to bring the highest quality performances to our audiences. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the beauty of classical music, and we are proud to provide that to the people of Staffordshire.

Upcoming Events

  • 22 Jun 2024, 19:30 – 21:30
    Rising Brook Community Church, Burton Square, Stafford ST17 9LT, UK
    Experience the turbulent power of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and Grieg's Piano Concerto, performed by Stafford Sinfonia
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  • 30 Jun 2024, 15:00 – 17:00
    Eccleshall, Holy Trinity Church, Church St, Eccleshall, Stafford ST21 6BY, UK
    Join Stafford Sinfonia for a wonderful afternoon of summer classics - Grieg's Holberg Suite will lighten the spirit, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony will raise the roof all after an unheard gem by Emilie Mayer sets the scene.
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  • 30 Nov 2024, 19:30 – 21:30
    Rising Brook Community Church, Burton Square, Stafford ST17 9LT, UK
    Stafford Sinfonia perform Brahms's Second Symphony, Rossini's William Tell Overture and Weber's first clarinet concerto performed by Nathan Isaac under the baton of Music Director Jack Lovell-Huckle.
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  • 15 Mar 2025, 19:30 – 21:30
    Rising Brook Community Church, Burton Square, Stafford ST17 9LT, UK
    Schubert's 9th Symphony takes the orchestra to a whole new level - so much so that it's called "The Great". Experience its full power with Stafford Sinfonia alongside Mozart's gem-like Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra.
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  • 21 Jun 2025, 19:30 – 21:30
    Rising Brook Community Church, Burton Square, Stafford ST17 9LT, UK
    Pack your bags and head to the Med with Stafford Sinfonia as we perform Rossini's "Turk in Italy", Mozart's "Turkish" violin concerto and "Turkish March", all alongside Haydn's 100th Symphony.
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