Previous Concerts by The Canterbury Orchestra - 2005
Sunday 11th December 2005 at 3:30pm
United Reformed Church, Folkestone, Kent
Programme: Seasonal music including 'Walking in the Air', 'Sleigh Ride', John Myhill's Oboe Concerto, plus community carols.
Saturday 19th November 2005 at 7:30pm
St. Peter's Methodist Church, Canterbury
|Overture to Idomeneo||Mozart|
|Flute and Harp Concerto||Mozart|
|39th Symphony in E flat||Mozart|
Soloists: Nicky Catterwell (flute) and Camilla Pay (Harp)
Saturday 11th June 2005 at 7:00pm
King's Hall Theatre, Herne Bay
In Support of Save The Children
|Overture The Magic Flute||Mozart|
|Piano Concert No. 1 in E flat||Liszt|
|Symphony No. 3 in E flat (The Rhenish)||Schumann|
Soloist: Richard Keohane (piano)
Sunday 10th April 2005 at 3:00pm
Theatre Royal, Addington Street, Margate, Kent
Concert in the Theatre Royal
|Overture The Thieving Magpie||Rossini|
|Cello Concerto in D minor||Lalo|
|Symphony No. 9 in E minor (from The New World)||Dvorak|
Soloist: Heidi Parsons
Sat 6th May, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm
with Whitstable Dance
Tickets at £15 and £8 available from the Gulbenkian Box Office
Our Spring Concert introduces a collaboration with Whitstable Dance which will allow local young people to share the pleasure of performance with the Orchestra in a presentation of music and dance from Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet, The Nutcracker. The programme will focus on Act ii of the ballet in which the heroine, Clara, travels with the Prince (an erstwhile nutcracker) to the Land of Sweets where they are entertained. The Nutcracker is one of the Tchaikovsky's most popular compositions. The music contains some of his most memorable melodies including the Trepak and the famous Waltz of the Flowers and March, as well as the ubiquitous Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. The ballet contains surprisingly advanced harmonies and a wealth of melodic invention. The atmosphere of magic and mystery is sustained by a performance of Rimsky-Korsakov’s orchestral suite Scheherazade, inspired by the tale of The Arabian Nights in which the Sultan’s wife deflects her imminent execution through skilful storytelling and eventually wins her reprieve. Like The Nutcracker, the music is adventurous and delightfully orchestrated.
Interested in playing with the Canterbury Orchestra?
Call Nicky Pound, Canterbury Orchestra Manager on 01304 812755 or email us to find out whether we have vacancies.