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Upcoming Concert:
"Forget Me Not"

Get ready to be swept away by a world of musical delight as the Selangor Symphony Orchestra and Alzheimer's Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM) come together for an extraordinary collaboration. Join us for a mesmerizing show that combines the talents of the orchestra with the meaningful cause supported by ADFM.



Introducing our JUNIOR ENSEMBLE! The Junior Ensemble is a training ensemble for elementary grade level. It's also the pathway to move up to the Selangor Symphony Youth Orchestra.

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Community Outreach

Community Outreach division of the SSO is committed to enriching lives towards schools and community through the shared experience of extraordinary music.

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We are thrilled to announce the Selangor Symphony Youth Orchestra will be performing in a few cities in upcoming months. This tour will be led by three conductors and together with 50 talented young musicians who passionately share their love of music in outstanding concert halls.

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SSO Fellowship

The SSO Fellowship programme is for highly talented young musicians to perform regularly with the Selangor Symphony Orchestra. Application is available now.

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27 Nov 2022

When the talent of the soloist meets the magnificent force of an orchestra, the concert stage truly comes alive, with Dr. Matthew Marshall & Hannah Lee as our guitar and violin soloist, and special appearance guest conductor Dr. Andrew Filmer.

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27 - 29 OCT 2022

The first-of-its-kind 3-day ‘Sensurround’ outdoor performance by the 40-piece Selangor Symphony Orchestra, with the virgin forest as backdrop under conductor Eugene Pook.

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21 & 22 MAY 2022

The Soundtracks of Film Classics Come to Life! Come to have the chance to relive the magic of the film themes with the 60-piece Selangor Symphony Orchestra, a live orchestral led by its own music director and conductor Eugene Pook.

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