Sheffield's long wait for a symphony orchestra

This city is a hub of choral music, but for more than a hundred years musicians and music-lovers have wondered about a big gap in our cultural life

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Today we have a really interesting piece about Sheffield’s long wait for a professional symphony orchestra. Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham all have one — and Leeds has Opera North — but until now we’ve missed out.

Hugh Morris writes classical music reviews across the North for The Guardian,…

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