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Performing for the Unley community since 1980

WELCOME
TO THE
UNLEY SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA (USO)

The Unley Symphony Orchestra (USO) is a community orchestra based in the City of Unley, with members aged from 20 to 80+, including university students and retirees. We come from all walks of life, including professions such as music teachers, doctors, lawyers, and tradespeople. In current times when there is so much chaos and uncertainty in the world, the ability for us to play together is a musical oasis.

We rehearse every Tuesday evening to perform three high-quality concerts per year. Our repertoire concentrates on classical orchestral pieces well loved by audiences around the world.

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Upcoming concerts

UPCOMING CONCERTS

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2024 Autumn Concert

Sunday 12 May

2:30pm. Chapel of

Concordia College

Coriolanus overture op 62 - L van Beethoven 

Chaconne in G minor Z 730 - H. Purcell
Berenice overture HWV 38 - G F Handel 

Symphony no. 3 in D major D200 - F Schubert 

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2024 Winter Concert

Sunday 18 August

2:30pm. Helen Reid Hall

Walford Anglican School for Girls

Die Fledermaus (The Bat) overture - J Strauss
 
Concerto for horn and orchestra in D minor C38 -  A Rosetti 
     Soloist - Emma Gregan

 

Peer Gynt Suite no 1 opus 46 - E Grieg

Peer Gynt Suite no 2 opus 55 - E Grieg 

Romeo and Juliet (overture-fantasy) TH 42 - P Tchaikovsky

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2024 Spring Concert

Sunday 24 November

2:30pm. Helen Reid Hall

Walford Anglican School for Girls

Der Freischütz  overture - C M von Weber

Concerto for piano and orchestra in E flat major op 73 (Emperor) - L van Beethoven

      Soloist - Marianna Grynchuk

Symphony No. 1 in E minor op 39 - J Sibelius

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We acknowledge that we perform our concerts on the Traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pay respect to Elders past, present and to come. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.

We also acknowledge the following organisations, without whom our concerts could not be held:

  • The Unley City Council in supplying the Unley Town Hall for our rehearsals.

  • Walford Anglican School for Girls for the use of Helen Reid Hall for our concerts.

  • Konica Minolta for the printing of our flyers and printed programs.

  • Consortium Music for providing support for our wind and brass sections.

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