Bristol Beacon Chamber Orchestra is for string players of around grade 5-7 standard. Although predominantly string based, the orchestra does pair up with the Bristol Beacon Concert Band to do classical symphonies.
The orchestra works on mainstream smaller scale works, predominantly classical, but will also occasionally perform film and musical theatre music. Members of the orchestra also get the opportunity to perform a movement of a concerto, which allows the soloist the unique opportunity of performing with the orchestra, and the ensemble learn how to accompany.
Ability: Grade 5-7
How to book
All ensembles and activity enrolment is managed through our online registration portal, SpeedAdmin. Enrolling via SpeedAdmin should be straightforward, but if you should have difficulty, here are some useful steps to follow.
- Click the enrol button on this page to access the SpeedAdmin enrolment page
- If you already have a SpeedAdmin account, please login to your existing one to avoid multiple accounts being created.
- Follow the steps on SpeedAdmin to complete your registration including: instrument selection, student details, payer details
- You can hire an instrument from Bristol Beacon per term if needed.
- When complete, we will be in touch to arrange payment for your chosen ensemble.
Music is for everyone, regardless of background or circumstance. Bristol Beacon offers a variety of bursaries and subsidised instrumental opportunities for children and young people in Bristol schools.
Find out about our range of bursaries, eligibility criteria, how to apply and start your musical journey with us today.
Bristol Cathedral Choir School
Getting to the venue
Location: The venue is located on College Square behind Bristol Cathedral and College Green, 100m from Anchor road bus stops.
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Bristol Cathedral is located within the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
The nearest bus stops are on Anchor Road (100m) and College Green (322m), with frequent services to and from the city centre. The nearest train station is Bristol Temple Meads (1931m).
Bristol Cathedral Choir school is fully wheelchair accessible with level access throughout the buildings.
Accessible toilet facilities are available in this venue.
All assistance dogs are welcome.
A fixed loop hearing assistance system is available at this venue.
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