Wycombe Sinfonia Playing for Parkinson’s

Tickets are available now for a special concert by Wycombe Sinfonia in support of our Branch

  • 3.30pm, Sunday 24 March 2019
  • St Francis’ Church, Amersham Road, High Wycombe HP13 5AB [map].

Conductor: John Dunnett
Leader: John Graham
Soloist: Elizabeth Corbett (cello)


Mozart – Symphony No. 25
Haydn – Cello Concerto No. 1 in C (first movement)
JS Bach – Sheep May Safely Graze
JS Bach – Badinerie
Strauss – Pizzicato Polka
Vaughan Williams – Greensleeves (arr J Dunnett)
Bratton – Teddy Bears’ Picnic
Schubert – Marche Militaire


Tickets are available now:   Adults £12,  over-60s £10,   under-16s £1

Call Mary Phipps or contact Events.
T: 01494 816416

After Wycombe Sinfonia’s 2015 concert for our branch, concert-goers said:

“Congratulations! It was such an enjoyable evening in every way. The choice of music was great and the orchestra was very professional.”

“What a joyous evening it was yesterday! Such lovely music beautifully played… it was a most enjoyable time.”

“What a lovely evening … a wonderful success … your musicians are very talented people. My friend really enjoyed her evening as well and the tone of the whole event which was warm and friendly.”

“Congratulations! It was a really wonderful concert, everyone really enjoyed it.”

Wycombe Sinfonia

Wycombe Sinfonia is an orchestra of classical proportions consisting of local players of a very good standard.  It maintains the proportions of a classical orchestra but regularly expands to perform romantic and modern works.  The players come from High Wycombe and the surrounding area.  It likes to provide younger local soloists with the opportunity to play a concerto with the orchestra and it also commissions works from aspiring composers in the area.  Colin Baker is their president. 

Click here to read more about Wycombe Sinfonia and the orchestra’s upcoming concerts.