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Torbay Symphony Orchestra

Event details

  • Event times:
    • Start : 7.30pm
  • Venue : Pavilions Teignmouth - Auditorium
16th June
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Torbay Symphony Orchestra

 

A classical musical performance including soloist by Torbay Symphony Orchestra conductor Richard Gonski.

 

Programme

Tchaikovsky – Romeo andf Juliet

Mahler – Leider Eines Fahenden Gesellen (Alison Kettlewell - Mezzo)

Debussy – Dans Scare et Dans Profane (Rosanna Rolton - Harp)

Dvorak – New World Symphony

Torbay Symphony return to the Pavilions after two hugely successful concerts over the past year.

Their June series celebrates the Summer with some truly wonderful romantic music. The concert opens with Tchaikovsky's 'Romeo and Juliet’ - an all time favourite with concert audiences, this music has one of the most beautiful love themes ever written - prepare to be swept away!

Then - Alison Kettlewell (Mezzo soprano) joins the orchestra as soloist in Mahler's 'Songs of the Wayfarer - a sumptuous setting of 4 songs depicting a jilted lover who swings from despair to wild hope and wanders through nature in an attempt to soothe his broken heart.

After the interval - Rosanna Rolton is the soloist in Debussy's virtuoso concerto for harp and strings 'Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane' 

And to finish the evening - Dvorak's New World Symphony.
 
Torbay Symphony are committed to encouraging young people to listen to Classical music - Under 16s get in free when accompanied by an adult. 

 

Tickets are £12.00. Students £6.00. Under 16s free (as above - ticket is needed).

Seating is unallocated in the auditorium - choose your seats on arrival. Wheelchair users, or customers requiring access, please do contact us to book in advance, to ensure we can reserve a wheelchair or accessible space for you.

PLEASE NOTE 

There is a 50p booking fee when purchasing tickets at the Box Office, and a £1.00 booking fee when purchased over the phone or online.

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