Leicester Symphony Orchestra

Orchestral concert programmes based at DeMontfort Hall, Granville Rd, Leicester LE1 7RU

The Leicester Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1922.  The founder and first conductor was Sir Malcolm Sargent. The aims were to enable talented local amateur players to perform concerts to a high standard in De Montfort Hall Leicester through providing workshops and education in bringing to Leicester soloists of international and national fame to play with the orchestra for the benefit of people of the City and County.

These aims continue but in keeping with the times  with shorter and less concerts per year and often with partnerships with local dancing schools, choirs and the comedy festival and individual local  soloists and other performers.  

DeMontfort Hall is an inclusive venue with wheelchair access and a hearing loop. Parking is available nearby.

The organisation contact is Jenny Hand

Call Jenny on 07779205464