Performance Job

Tunbridge Wells, イギリス
掲載日: 20 Sep 2023
Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra

Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra

Music Director/Principal Conductor

The RTWSO is an extremely well-established, thriving pro-am orchestra at the heart of the South East’s cultural community. We present an annual season of six concerts from October through to April at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells (audience capacity 922), frequently performing ambitious programmes with internationally renowned soloists. A detailed record of previous programmes, soloists and conductors can be seen on our website. Founded in 1922, we are proud to have recently celebrated our Centenary season.

The orchestra is made up of c.45 local non-professional members who rehearse weekly, and a further c.35 professional orchestral players drawn from London and the South East who join us on concert day.

Rehearsals are held on Friday evenings from 7 – 10pm in Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells. Additionally there is a morning rehearsal from 10.30 – 1.30 on the day of each concert. The six concerts usually take place on the first Sunday of October, November, December, February, March and April, at 3pm in the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.

Confirmed concert dates for the 2025-26 season are as follows:
05 October 2025
02 November 2025
30 November 2025
01 February 2026
01 March 2026
12 April 2026

The RTWSO is a registered charity (no. 295781) and is financially supported by the Friends of the RTWSO which is also a registered charity in itself.

Our Honorary President is Nicola Benedetti.

Additional information about the RTWSO including recorded tracks, current and past seasons, soloists and details of our Education Outreach projects can be found at
締め切り日: 18 Dec 2023
Start date: 10月 2025
詳細情報/How to apply:
Application details
RTWSO website
Application pack(download) (pdf)
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