A special orchestral concert

The Hull Philharmonic Orchestra will play at Tennants Garden Rooms, Leyburn on 15 May

  • 21 March 2016
  • Author: Malcolm Creese
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On Sunday 15 May 2016, there will be a special concert at Tennants Garden Rooms in Leyburn entitled RHAPSODY  by the award winning Hull Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Penny MBE.

 

Each piece in this concert is an orchestral rhapsody, for example - ‘Espana' by Chabrier, ‘Dance Rhapsody’ by Yorkshire-born Delius, and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen. Pianist Alessandro Taverna joins the orchestra in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and the Paganini Variations by Rachmaninov. He will also play the Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody for solo piano.

 

The Programme:

Chabrier - Espana Rhapsody

Delius - Dance Rhapsody No.2

Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No.2

Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue

Ravel - Rapsodie Espagnole

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

Rachmaninov - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

 

Tickets: £20 / £15 

Doors: 14:00, Performance: 15:00 to 17:30 with a 20 minute interval

  

The café and restaurant will be open from 11.30am. Advance booking for the restaurant is advised to avoid disappointment.

Pre-concert drinks will be available to purchase from the gallery bar.

For restaurant and ticket bookings for this exciting event, please contact Tennants on 01969 621146 or email info@tennantsgardenrooms.com

 

The Hull Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the country’s leading amateur symphony orchestras and has been a major feature in the city’s cultural landscape for over 130 years. The story started on June 1881 when a small group of dedicated music lovers gathered at the George Hotel in Hull and proposed the formation of an orchestral music society. With just 27 players, a devoted committee and loyal patrons, the Hull Philharmonic Society was born. Today, under award-winning musical director Andrew Penny, the orchestra continues to expand and develop, successfully tackling some of the most challenging works of the orchestral repertoire.  With more than 80 members drawn from local professional and amateur musicians, the orchestra enjoys a broad and loyal audience base, and in 1989 it was granted charitable status.

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