During the last three years, Orchestra of the Swan has painstakingly examined what it means to be an orchestra in the 21st century and has asked itself some difficult questions. Why do we need orchestras? Are they more than just museum pieces? Can an orchestra truly beneﬁt the communities in which it works? How can an orchestra engage with a broader and more diverse audience?
Ironically, the events of 2020 have given us the opportunity to thoroughly investigate the concerns these questions have raised and The Swan is at the forefront of organisations in the orchestral sector who have been seeking answers. Lockdown also provided us with the chance to refresh our branding and design resulting in the creation of an excellent new website and a stunning logo that perfectly underscores our exciting strategic direction.
Review of Timelapse 2.0, Free to stream digital concert. Timelapse 2.0 review written by Colin Clarke at Seen and …
Review by Colin Clarke, Classical Explorer To view the full review click here This is the second of Orchestra of …
Orchestra of the Swan has been awarded £130,000 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF), to …
Review by Christopher Morley of Midlands Music Review, of The Living Orchestra – New Beginnings performed at the Stratford Playhouse 6 October 2020.
“…the joy of the players at performing together again at last was palpable.”
All Blog Featured Gigs Media Music PR Reviews Theme and Variations Uncategorised “Allows past and present to mix and mingle with joyful abandon” os_admin May 10, 2021 Review of Timelapse 2.0, Free to stream digital concert. Timelapse 2.0 review written by Colin Clarke at Seen and … Read More “A wonderful hour of music and storytelling.” os_admin January 14,