Concert History: September 2009 – July 2019
  • 29th JUNE 2019 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • Last Night of the Proms Concert
      • SUPPÉ: Overture, “Light Cavalry”
      • MOZART: When Spring with its joy
      • MOZART: Ave Verum
      • FAURÉ: Cantique de Jean Racine
      • MOZART: Les Petits Riens
      • BRUCKNER: Afferentur Regi
      • BRUCKNER: Tantum Ergo
      • MENDELSSOHN: Psalm 42
      • SEARLE: Hymnody
      • WOOD: Sea Songs
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 9th MARCH  2019
    • BORODIN: In the Steppes of Central Asia
    • SHOSTAKOVICH: Gadfly Suite
    • MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 5
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 10th NOVEMBER 2018
    • MENDELSSOHN: Overture, “Calm sea & prosperous voyage”
    • SEARLE: from “A Boyce Suite”
    • BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor
      • Soloist: Gregory May – student member of the orchestra
    • HAYDN: Symphony No 100, the “Military”
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 30th JUNE 2018 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • J. C. BACH: Overture in Bb
    • HUMMEL: Mass in Bb, op. 77
    • RVW: Folk Song Suite
    • GILBERT & SULLIVAN: Trial by Jury
      • Learned Judge: Robert Wain
      • Plaintiff: Jean Searle
      • Defendant: Peter Cook
      • Counsel: Fiona Parlett
      • Usher: Francis Burnley
      • Foreman: Timothy Pope
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 12th MAY 2018
    • Children’s Concert
      • SOUSA: Liberty Bell
      • SHERMAN Bros. Jungle Book
      • J. STRAUSS Jnr: Donner und Blitzen
      • CASEY & JACOBS: Summer Nights (Grease)
      • WALTON: Crown Imperial
      • WARLOCK: Mattachins (Capriol)
      • L. MOZART?? Toy Symphony (movs. 1&2)
      • ELGAR: Pomp & Circumstance, No. 1
      • ANDERSON: Sleigh Ride
      • BADELT: Pirates of the Caribbean
      • J. STRAUSS Snr: Radetzky March
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 10th  MARCH 2018   
    • BRAHMS: Serenade in D Major, op. 11
    • MOZART: Concerto for Horn, in Eb Major, K495
      • Soloist: Ben Goldscheider
    • BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8 in F Major, op. 93
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 11th NOVEMBER 2017
    • CIMAROSA: Overture, “The Secret Marriage”
    • WARLOCK: Capriol Suite
    • BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D Major
      • Soloist: Jan Kaznowski
    • MOZART: Symphony No 40
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: ***Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon***

  • 24th  JUNE 2017 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • Last Night of the Proms Concert
      • SCHUBERT: Overture, “Rosamunde”
      • GABRIELI: Jubilate Deo
      • SULLIVAN: The long day closes
      • BINGE: Elizabethan Serenade
      • DIACK: Jack and Jill
      • BRUCKNER: Tantum Ergo
      • BRAHMS: How lovely are thy dwellings
      • ALBINONI: Magnificat
      • WOOD: Sea Songs
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 11th MARCH 2017
    • HUMPERDINCK: Overture, “Hansel and Gretel”
    • BRAHMS: Three Hungarian Dances
    • DVORAK: Symphonic Variations
    • TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No, 5
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 12th NOVEMBER 2016
    • MENDELSSOHN: Overture, “Hebrides”
    • PURCELL: Suite, “The Gordion Knot Untied”
    • FAURÉ: Suite, “Masques et Bergamasques”
    • HUMMEL: Trumpet Concerto in Eb Major
      • Soloist: Gerard Atkins
    • MOZART: Symphony No 39
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 25th JUNE 2016 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • HAYDN: Little Organ Mass
    • MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 2
      • Soprano: Jean Searle
      • Soprano: Fiona Parlett
      • Tenor: Peter Cook
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 5th MAR 2016
    • WEBER: Overture, “Preciosa”
    • PURCELL/HOLST: Suite “The Virtuous Wife”
    • DELIBES: Dances from “Le Roi s’Amuse”
    • MOZART: Piano Concerto, No. 23, K488
      • Soloist: Gregory May
    • HAYDN: Symphony No. 104 in D Major
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 7th NOVEMBER 2015
    • VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Overture, “The Wasps”
    • HANDEL: Water Music, Suite No. 1
    • TCHAIKOWSKY: Suite No. 4 in G, “Mozartiana”
    • BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 29th JUNE 2015 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • Last Night of the Proms Concert
      • LINLEY: Overture, “The Duenna”
      • STRAUSS: Du & Du
      • FAURÉ: Cantique de Jean Racine
      • DIACK: Little Polly Flinders
      • HELY HUTCHINSON: Old Mother Hubbard
      • WALDTEUFEL: Waltz Selection
      • BRUCKNER: Locus Iste
      • MENDELSSOHN: O Come everyone that thirsteth
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
      • L. MOZART: Toy Symphony
      • COATES: March, “The Dam Busters”
      • SULLIVAN:
        • Madrigal (The Mikado)
        • Hail Poetry (Pirates)
        • Strange Adventure (Yeomen)
      • WOOD: Sea Songs
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: Priory Centre, St. Neots

  • 7th MARCH 2015
    • Viennese Evening for the 25th Anniversary Season
      • J. STRAUSS II:
        • Emperor Waltz
        • Persian March
        • Wiener Blut
        • (with Josef) Pizzicato Polka
        • Roses from the South
        • Tritsch-Tratsch Polka
        • Voices of Spring
        • Tales from the Vienna Woods
        • Du und Du
        • Thunder & Lightning Polka
        • Wine, Women and Song
        • Annen Polka
        • The Blue Danube
      • J. STRAUSS I: Radetzky March
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 8th NOVEMBER 2014
    • 25th Anniversary Concert
      • BEETHOVEN: Overture, “Egmont”
      • BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor
        • Soloist: Jan Kaznowski
      • BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 28th JUNE 2014
    • WALTON: Crown Imperial
    • ELGAR: Bavarian Highlands
    • VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Folk-Song Suite
    • SEARLE: Magnificat
      • A World Premier written by our Musical Director
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Baritone: Francis Burnley
        • Speaker: Janet Foster
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon
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  • 1st MARCH 2014
    • GRÉTRY: Overture, “Lucile”
    • DELIUS: On hearing the first cuckoo in spring
    • BEETHOVEN: The Creatures of Prometheus
    • HAYDN: Symphony No. 92, “The Oxford”
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 9th NOVEMBER 2013
    • ROSSINI: Overture, “Eduardo e Cristina”
    • BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto
      • Soloist: Jan Kaznowski
    • MOZART: Symphony No. 25
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 29th JUNE 2013 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • Last Night of the Proms Concert
      • WAGNER:
        • Mastersingers Chorale
        • Bridal Chorus (Lohengrin)
        • Siegfried Idyll
        • Pilgrims’ Chorus (Tannhäuser)
      • VERDI:
        • Hebrew Slaves (Nabucco)
        • Overture, “La Forza del Destino”
        • Ave Maria
        • Brindisi (La Traviata)
      • BRITTEN:
        • Hymn to St. Cecilia
        • Choral Dances (Gloriana)
      • WOOD: Sea Songs
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: Priory Centre, St. Neots

  • 2nd MAR 2013
    • MENDELSSOHN: Overture, “The Fair Melusine”
    • MOZART: “A Diversion”
    • WEBER: Clarinet Concerto, No. 1
      • Clarinet: Malcolm Green
    • SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 6
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 10th NOVEMBER 2012
    • MOZART: Overture, “Il Seraglio”
    • POULENC: Les Biches (selection)
    • HOLST: St. Paul’s Suite
    • BENDA: Sinfonia in A
    • BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 2
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 30th JUNE 2012 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • A Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Concert
      • HANDEL: The King shall rejoice
      • HAYDN: Symphony No. 85
      • GERMAN: Long live Elizabeth
      • HANDEL: Water Music Suite
      • MOZART: Coronation Mass
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Soprano: Fiona Parlett
        • Alto: Jacqueline Gray
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
        • Bass: Francis Burnley
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 13th MAY 2012
    • Arts and Music Festival with St. Neots Choral Society
      • A Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Concert
        • WALTON: Crown Imperial
        • HANDEL: Let thy hand be strengthend
        • J. STRAUSS II: Emperor Waltz
        • HAYDN: Te Deum
        • HANDEL: Water Music Suite
        • PARRY: I was glad
        • HANDEL: Zadok the Priest
        • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
        • ARNE: Rule Britannia
          • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • PARRY: Jerusalem
      • Leader: Naomi Laredo
      • Conductor: Reginald Searle
      • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 3rd  MARCH 2012
    • ROSSINI: Overture, “Il Signor Bruschino”
    • DVORAK: Czech Suite
    • MOZART: Violin Concerto in G, K216
      • Violin: Jan Kaznowski
    • HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 in D
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 5th NOVEMBER 2011
    • BEETHOVEN: Overture, “Die Weihe des Hauses”
    • RESPIGHI: Ancient Airs and Dances (Suites I and II)
    • SCHUMANN: Symphony No. 4
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 15th MAY 2011
    • Arts and Music Festival with St. Neots Choral Society
      • MOZART: Overture, “Magic Flute”
      • FAURÉ: Tantum ergo
        • Soprano: Fiona Parlett
      • KETELBEY: In a Monastery Garden
      • MORLEY: My bonnie lass she smileth, Dainty fine, Sweet nymph, Sing we and chant it
      • HAYDN: Serenade
      • WAGNER: Pilgrims’ Chorus
      • WARLOCK: Capriol Suite
      • MENDELSSOHN: Psalm 95, Appendix
      • DIACK: Little Jack Horner
      • MENDELSSOHN: I waited for the Lord
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Soprano: Susan Harvey
      • WOOD: Fantasia on British Sea Songs
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 5th MAR 2011
    • SEARLE: A Fitzwilliam Suite
    • STRAVINSKY: Pulcinella Suite
    • HAYDN: Trumpet Concerto
      • Trumpet: Andrew Tovey
    • MOZART: Symphony No. 41
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 6th NOVEMBER 2010
    • MOZART: Overture, “Magic Flute”
    • FAURÉ: Masques et Bergamasques
    • WARLOCK: Capriol Suite
    • SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 9
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 26th JUNE 2010 (with St Neots Choral Society)
    • ROSSINI: Overture, “The Barber of Seville”
    • MOZART: Missa Brevis in Bb, K275
    • HAYDN: Symphony No. 95
    • MENDELSSOHN: Lauda Sion
      • Soprano: Jean Searle
      • Soprano: Fiona Parlett
      • Soprano: Susan Harvey
      • Alto: Jacqueline Gray
      • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • Bass: Francis Burnley
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

  • 16th MAY 2010
    • Ascension Concert with St Neots Choral Society
      • MENDELSSOHN: Overture, “Ruy Blas”
      • HANDEL: Zadok the Priest
      • ELGAR:
        • Chanson de Matin
        • Chanson de Nuit
      • VERDI: “Brindisi” (La Traviata)
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite, No. 1
      • MOZART: Tantum Ergo
      • DIACK: Sing a Song of 6d
      • MOZART: Kindly Voice (Magic Flute)
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Baritone: Francis Burnley
      • WOOD: Fantasia on British Sea Songs
        • Soprano: Jean Searle
        • Tenor: Peter Cook
      • ELGAR: P&C No. 1
      • PARRY: Jerusalem
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, St Neots

  • 6th MARCH 2010
    • ROSSINI: Overture, “La Cenerentola”
    • MOZART: 6 German Dances
    • ARNOLD: Serenade for Small Orchestra
    • HANDEL: Suite, “The Water Music”
    • BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 1
  • Leader: Naomi Laredo
  • Conductor: Reginald Searle
  • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, St Neots

  • 7th NOVEMBER 2009
    • 20th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
      • MENDELSSOHN: Overture, “Ruy Blas”
      • BRAHMS: Double Concerto
        • Violinist: Jan Kaznowski
        • Cellist: Michal Kaznowski
    • Leader: Naomi Laredo
    • Conductor: Reginald Searle
    • Venue: St. Mary’s Church, St Neots