In the early 1960s a group of musical enthusiasts in Ceoltoiri Craobh an Cheitinigh got together to perform classical music. From this the Dublin Symphony Orchestra was established in 1967. The DSO is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in the 2017/2018 academic year.
The Dublin Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit voluntary organisation that is funded primarily through membership subscriptions and concerts receipts. Orchestra funds cover running expenses, e.g. venue hire, music purchase/hire and professional musician fees such as soloists and conductors.
The DSO is always on the lookout for new members, especially 1st violins, violas, brass and percussion. We often have other vacancies too so it is always worth enquiring. If you think you are of a standard to play with us please enquire at gro.y1607057092nohpm1607057092ysnil1607057092bud@l1607057092iam1607057092
We have a new conductor, Cormac O’hAodáin, for our concert on... Read more →