Current Season - 2013-2014

Saturday 12 October 2013

7.30 pm

Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School, Queens’ Road, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4EX


Brahms                        Piano Concerto No 2

Richard Strauss           Serenade for 13 Wind Instruments

Sibelius                        Symphony No 1


Piano                          James Kreiling

Leader                         Charles Clark

Conductor                    Bradley Winand

Saturday 8 February 2014

7.30 pm

Wessex Auditorium, Brentwood School, Middleton Hall Lane, Brentwood, Essex CM15 8EE

Brentwood Philharmonic Orchestra goes to the Movies

An evening of film music in the new purpose-built state of the art auditorium at Brentwood School, conducted and introduced by David Pickthall

Leader                        Philippa Barton

Conductor                   David Pickthall


Saturday 17 May 2014 

7.30 pm

Anglo European School, Willow Green, Ingatestone, Essex CM4 0DJ

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Richard Strauss with his sumptuous and moving final work.

Rossini                       Thieving Magpie Overture

Richard Strauss          Four Last Songs

Schumann                  Symphony No 3 (the Rhenish)

Soprano                     Julia Wilson-James

Leader                       Charles Clark

Conductor                  Dean Foley


Saturday 12 July 2014 

7.30 pm

Brentwood Centre

Karl Jenkins            The Armed Man - a Mass for Peace

Soprano                     Julia Wilson-James

Mezzo-soprano           Susan Marrs

Tenor                         Matthew Haas

Baritone                     Daniel Rudge

Leader                       Bradley Winand

Conductor                  Tim Hooper

Brentwood Arts Festival is promoting a performance of "The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace" by Karl Jenkins at the Brentwood Centre. The performance will bring together a number of local choral societies and singers. Brentwood Arts Council is keen to have an orchestra of "Brentwood Musicians" and has invited the BPO and the Phoenix Youth Orchestra to provide players to form the core of the orchestra. A number of BPO players have kindly agreed to take part and look forward to the performance. For details and tickets see