Music from England and Russia: Chorus and Orchestra concert

Tomorrow’s concert sees the Symphony Orchestra and Chorus showcasing twentieth-century music from England and Russia: Parry’s enduringly-popular I Was Glad, a rare chance to hear Finzi’s For St Cecilia, Lyadov’s The Enchanted Lake, and the programme comes to a triumphant conclusion with Mussorgsky’s mighty Pictures at an Exhibition.

Poster imageThe concert begins at 7.30pm in Eliot Hall: further details and ticket-bookings on-line here.

2 thoughts on “Music from England and Russia: Chorus and Orchestra concert”

  1. Some exhilarating musical choices that have inspired me to ask our Choir Director if we could possibly do more Hubert Parry works. He is one of Britain’s finest composers after all!

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