Woodbridge Orchestral Society is a long established classical amateur orchestra (1907) of 40 players. It meets on Monday evenings during the autumn and spring school terms at:
The Methodist Church
St Johns Street,
The objective of the Society throughout its 100+ year history has been to gather musicians of varying abilities to play classical music. Most players are experienced amateurs who enjoy playing symphonic repertoire with the occasional challenge.
Each term culminates in a concert or informal play through.
The orchestra performs a range of classical music dating from the sixteenth century to the present day. The size varies from miniatures to full scale symphonic works. There is a list of works being studied in the current season. Our listings for previous years are in the archive of the orchestra.
The orchestra maintains links with other local music organisations.
Musical Director & Leader
Our Acting Musical Director is Paul Benyon. He is a long standing member of the orchestra and is a conductor, composer and double bass player. The leader of the orchestra is Nigel Walker.