List of symphony orchestras

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This is a list of symphony orchestras that includes orchestras with established notability. A list of youth orchestras can be found at List of youth orchestras.

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Africa

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Egypt

Ghana

Morocco

South Africa

Tunisia

North America and the Caribbean

Canada

Cuba

Mexico

Puerto Rico

Trinidad and Tobago

United States

South and Central America

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Colombia

Peru

Venezuela

Asia

Pan-Asia

Azerbaijan

Cambodia

China

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

Iran

Israel

Japan

Lebanon

Macau

Malaysia

Mongolia

Myanmar

North Korea

Philippines

Qatar

Russia

Singapore

South Korea

Sri Lanka

Syria

Taiwan

Turkmenistan

Thailand

United Arab Emirates

Vietnam

Europe

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

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