Change at the top of Ulster Orchestra

The long troubled band has an AGM this week to elect a new chair.

Sir George Bain, 77, is stepping down after five nail-biting years.

The Belfast audience base remains weak. The future is nebulous.

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    • indeed! since raphael payare started with the orchestra a few years back, all of the concerts ive been to have been sold out. the orchestra and audience all like him. he is good!

  • I agree. Under Payare and a new manager the Ulster Ochestra is playing better than ever and achieving a steady increase in audience numbers. They have also attracted many fine new players. Now if only the core funding can be at least restored to previous levels…

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