“No wonder that Verdi’s Requiem is performed so often. This night…we were treated to all the emotionally-packed aria-like melodic material that we know and love from Verdi’s operas, while at the same time, these amazing musicians drew every ounce of religious fervour, excitement and reverence from the score.”

An extract from the review by local music critic Rosemary Westwell of our performance of Verdi’s Requiem with the King’s Lynn Festival Chorus on Saturday 4th May.  It really was an amazing experience for us all, orchestra, singers and audience alike. To take part in this exquisite work in the awesome surroundings of Ely Cathedral was a real privilege.  To read the full review, click here.




And so to our next concert, on Saturday 21st September in Ely Cathedral at 7.30 p.m. which will be Ely Sinfonia’s Twentieth Anniversary Concert featuring Martin Roscoe playing Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No 2, Beethoven’s Symphony no. 78 and Mozart’s Symphony no. 29. For more information contact or

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Future Concerts

21 September 2019 – Ely Cathedral

  • Mozart Symphony No 29
  • Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2 with Martin Roscoe as soloist
  • Beethoven Symphony No 7