Easter Orchestra Week 2022
Friday 8 April 2022 – Thursday 14 April 2022
Free places for string/harp players aged 18-25 – only violin scholarships are still available for 2022
Half price places for full-time students
Applications for EOS 2022 are now open.
Remaining vacancies for 2022: violin and trumpet
No vacancies for your instrument? Join our waiting list and we’ll contact you if someone drops out: Join the 2022 waiting list
If you have a deferred place from 2020 or 2021 for EOS 2022 – and you have already told us you would like to play in 2022 – you do not need to take any further action. Otherwise, please contact us and let us know your intentions.
An opportunity to tackle exciting repertoire that most amateurs don’t usually get a chance to play. The week is suitable for experienced orchestral players with excellent sight reading skills. Scholarship places, which waive all subscriptions, are available to young string and harp players and there are some subsided places for full-time students.
Countdown to EOS 2022
You can apply for a normal place at the Easter Week by using the button below. You can also use this button to apply for a reduced cost student place. If you will be 18-25 when the week starts, play violin, viola, cello, double bass or harp (for 2022 the following scholarships remain: violin), and wish to apply for a full scholarship which provides a place free of charge (including accommodation and full board) then please use this link instead: apply for a full scholarship
Brass Weekend 2022
Dates to be confirmed
Aimed at experienced orchestral brass players with good sight reading ability, this fun weekend gives players the opportunity to play in different-sized ensembles, making good music with like-minded people.
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The Easter Orchestral Society (EOS) has been running orchestral weeks in the UK since 1977. We run two programmes each year: the Easter Orchestra Week and the Brass Weekend.
Our Musical Director is Mike Thorne. Tom Hammond is our Assistant Musical Director. The orchestra is led by Margaret Holter. The Brass Musical Director is Shaun Matthew.
EOS is a registered charity, no. 1153970.