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  • Proud to be part of the Letchworth Festival 2022
  •  Date Posted: Sun, 24 Apr 2022
    Proud to be part of the Letchworth Festival 2022
    We are delighted that our first concert in over two years will be part of the Letchworth Festival, also revived and reinvigorated following the limitations of the panedmic.

    We will be playing on June 25th, at Letchworth Free Church, 7.30pm, bringing you a lovely programme of Schumann, Debussy and Ravel.  You can find out more details and how to buy tickets here.

    Make sure you also check out the really wide range of activities - so much to tempt you from May 28th onwards till the end of June, from art, drumming workshops, pottery, food and drink, quizzes, choirs, theatre, storytelling, to walks and open gardens. Quite literally something for everyone, infact, lots of things!  It's very exciting to see Letchworth, our cultural home, put on such a vibrant programme, and we are looking forward to being part of it.

    For more details of the Festival go to their website. 
  • A new look for Letchworth Sinfonia
  •  Date Posted: Sun, 23 May 2021
    A new look for Letchworth Sinfonia
    Whilst we haven't been able to play together, the Committee has taken the opportunity to review our communications and branding, working with Letchworth designer Katerina Meccano on a new logo for the orchestra.

    Rooted in our local community, we were keen to reflect our connection to Letchworth Garden City, and have a fresh, welcoming and distinctive look. With a nod to sound waves, art deco and spring like colours, we hope you like it as much as we do.

    We have also been busy building this new website, which once concerts are up and running will allow us to sell tickets online, and provide players access to a members' section, helping to run the administration of the orchestra more effectively.

    All we need now is to be able to start playing together once again!  Keep your fingers crossed......
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