Its mission is to Ďenrich life through musicí and in all that it does the Ulster Orchestra seeks to take people on a journey through a world of music that is rich, diverse and has the ability to draw people together from all walks of life, backgrounds and ages. Based in Belfast, the Ulster Orchestra performs live to over 100,000 people a year at venues across Northern Ireland and beyond.
The Ulster Orchestra has toured throughout Europe, Asia and the United States and continues to enhance Northern Irelandís reputation.
Enriching life through music, the Ulster Orchestraís mission statement, is a clear articulation of the goals and the dreams of the Orchestra, shaping its strategies and determining its day-to-day operations.
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
|Concertino for piano and orchestra in G major (Françaix)|
|Concerto for piano and large orchestra (Bolcom)|
|Fantaisie norvégienne (Lalo)|
|Guitarre, Op 28 (Lalo/Pierné)|
|Le roi nu (Françaix)|
|Les bosquets de Cythère (Françaix)|
|Les demoiselles de la nuit (Françaix)|
|Les malheurs de Sophie (Françaix)|
|Morceau de concert, Op 62 (Saint-Saëns)|
|Ouverture anacréontique (Françaix)|
|Pavane pour un Génie vivant (Françaix)|
|Piano Concerto in C minor 'original 1904 version' (Delius)|
|Piano Concerto in E flat major (Ireland)|
|Scuola di Ballo (Françaix)|
|Symphony in G major (Françaix)|
|The Age of Anxiety 'Symphony No 2' (Bernstein)|
|Violin Concerto in D minor, Op 14 (Fauré)|