Paisley Sinfonia
Abercorn St, Paisley PA3 4AB

Paisley Sinfonia

Paisley Sinfonia
For over 50 years, Paisley Sinfonia (formerly St James Orchestra) has been at the centre of orchestral music in Paisley. Rehearsing in Wallneuk North Church, Abercorn St, Paisley PA3 4AB, the orchestra gives at least two concerts each year. Repertoire includes both traditional works from the concert platform and newer or more unusual works, including many premières. The ethos is 'music making for fun' and the atmosphere friendly and welcoming. If you play an orchestral instrument, or even if you just like orchestral music, read on to find out who we are, what we play and how to join us!

Sunday afternoons at Paisley Sinfonia are very special to us. We arrive in all weathers and in various states of mental and physical health, with one purpose. No matter what, we leave feeling the better for it, for the music-making and the company.
Edith Megson, Violin II

I always enjoy the fun of the rehearsals – the chance to play great music with other like-minded enthusiasts.
Stewart Munro, Trumpet

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Autumn Concert

Sunday 24 November 2019
4pm in Johnstone Town Hall
25 Church St
Johnstone PA5 8EG

Tickets £10 (£5 for school pupils), on the door or from members.

Programme
Bacchanale from 'Samson and Delilah', Op 47
Camille Saint-Saëns
'Lieutenant Kijé' Orchestral Suite, Op 60
Sergei Prokofiev
Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op 98
Johannes Brahms