We have two ensembles at the University; Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Orchestra. Together we put on three concerts a year, one each academic term, under the leadership of our professional conductor, Tim Pithers. We also enjoy collaborating with other societies and enjoy accompanying solo performances from other musicians and singers within the University. Last year, we collaborated with a member of Operasoc and accompanied a set of Arias in our Spring Concert.

As well as our concert performances, we aim to work with the local community and establish links even outside of Exeter. We have visited Barton Place Care Home to perform to the residents, and are hoping to visit local primary schools to spark an interest in music for young individuals!

We also have a well established relationship with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and have received support from their musicians during music week at the start of term one. We continue to collaborate and are fortunate enough to be joined by their musicians again next year!


In the final term of this academic year, EUSO will be playing John Williams' Harry Potter Suite, Finlandia by Sibelius and Mozart's La Clemenzi di Tito Overture. 

For information regarding our Symphony Orchestra, click here

For information regarding our Symphonic Wind Orchestra, click here

 EUSO and Bournemouth  Symphony Orchestra  during Music Week 2018 


 EUSO accompanying a 

 soloist from the university  Opera society 


 Tim conducting EUSO 

 in the Summer concert   in 2019 

Learn more on the Students' Guild Website


 Part of a EUSWO  rehearsal for the summer  concert in 2019 


 String group performing   for the residents of   Barton Place Care Home