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Sheffield Chamber Orchestra

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Sheffield Chamber Orchestra

The Sheffield Chamber Orchestra is a standard classical orchestra based in Sheffield, England. Formed in 1950, the orchestra performs works suitable for Chamber Orchestra from the baroque to the present day. Each programme generally includes one 20th century or contemporary work. The joint conductors are Richard Howarth and Robin McEwan, and the leader is Ralph Dawson.

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