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Havant Symphony Orchestra provides opportunities for amateur instrumentalists to rehearse regularly and to perform symphony orchestra concerts. We bring exciting live classical music to the Havant area.

We rehearse on Friday evenings in Havant and perform four regular concerts per year, usually in Waterlooville and Hayling Island.

HSO and its sister orchestra, Havant Chamber Orchestra, form The Havant Orchestras, which are administered by Havant and District Orchestral Society.


Noticeboard posts:

Preview: Havant Symphony Orchestra: Clive Rowe and the contrabassoon 20/11/2021
Preview: Havant Symphony Orchestra: “Sound the trumpet!” 17/11/2021
Profile: Stella Scott, cellist 19/06/2020
Havant Symphony Orchestra: Paddington Winners! 24/05/2020
From orchestral blockbusters to intimate string sounds, the Havant Orchestras have something for everyone! 16/08/2019
Review: End of season opera music from the Havant Symphony Orchestra 17/07/2019
HSO end their 2018-19 season with a flourish 08/07/2019
Music – “A Friend Indeed to Those in Need” 17/05/2019
Stefano Boccacci wins the latest Bob Harding Bursary for Young Conductors 26/08/2018
Review: Havant Symphony Orchestra Summer Concert: “a scorcher” 12/07/2018
Preview: Havant Symphony Orchestra Summer Concert 25/06/2018
Review: Havant Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert 19/03/2018
Preview: Havant Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert – Liszt, Dvorak and Mussorgsky 02/03/2018
Havant Symphony Orchestra: 2 December 2017 concert review 03/01/2018

Upcoming concerts:

Sat, 2 Apr 7:30pm Havant Symphony Orchestra: “Great classics for all” Oaklands Catholic School, Waterlooville
Sat, 2 Jul 7:30pm Havant Symphony Orchestra: 60th Anniversary Concert Oaklands Catholic School, Waterlooville

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