From time to time, kind supporters record us, often for their own use. With permission, we are providing links to some of their recording of our past concerts. Here they are: we hope you enjoy them and that they give an idea of what this relatively new, amateur orchestra is capable of. Click on the titles to hear the recordings.
November 2016 At the Malcolm Arnold Festival in Peterborough, Ely Sinfonia performs the Duke of Cambridge’s March (courtesy of Paul Harris).
September 2015 Max Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 G minor op 26 Ely Sinfonia, conducted by Steve Bingham with amazing twelve year old soloist Edward Tomanek (courtesy of the soloist’s parents).
Christmas 2008: The Snowman (exerpts) (Courtesy of Denise Farmer)
Christmas 2008: The Twelve Days of Christmas (Courtesy of Denise Farmer)
For photos and sound clips from our past concerts, including our world premieres of “Island” and “Hereward”, please go to this page.
Something Old, Something New
On June 19th 2015 Ely Sinfonia performed an exciting and unusual programme of music under the title “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”
The concert consisted of music from 1680 to 2006, covering baroque, classical, contemporary, rock, pop and blues, and featured special guests Jenny Bingham (soprano), Rowan Marshall (keyboard) and Mark Fawcett (electric guitar). The concert was recorded by Mark Fawcett. Rowan Marshall was commissioned to write several new arrangements of some of the songs especially for this concert. Steve writes; “I wanted to put together a programme which broke a few rules by mixing a wide range of musical styles, and which also contained some theatrical elements designed to use the space available in Ely Cathedral.