Talk:Sydney Symphony Orchestra

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I have removed Image:Australia_sydney-405.jpg from here because it's only a thumbail and doen't bring a lot of differences with Image:operahouse.arp.600pix.jpg and there is only the thumbail. If someone think that it's important to have different images (even if both look the same) i would upload a new one (i am the author of both pictures). --Chmouel Boudjnah 08:47, 8 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Is it appropriate to state that the S.S.O. is Australia's leading orchestra when this is also often claimed of the M.S.O.

New South Wales Symphony Orchestra[edit]

From Edgar Bainton:

Coinciding with Bainton's arrival in Sydney were moves to form a permanent professional orchestra for the Australian Broadcasting Commission, the New South Wales Symphony Orchestra (later the Sydney Symphony). Bainton conducted their inaugural concert in 1934.

Was this name the one used throughout the 1930s and until 1946? -- Jack of Oz ... speak! ... 12:05, 31 March 2010 (UTC)