Britten - 'Four Sea Interludes' from Peter Grimes
Vaughan Williams - Symphony No.1 'A Sea Symphony'
The University Choir and Philharmonia join forces for a programme by 20th-century English composers inspired by the sea. Ralph Vaughan Williams's first symphony is a tour-de-force for orchestra and large chorus that sets verses from Walt Whitman's poems Leaves of Grass and Passage to India which convey the power and vastness of the ocean. The concert opens with Britten's wonderfully evocative 'Sea Interludes' from Peter Grimes.
Conductor - Jonathan Tilbrook
Carmen Suite no 1 - Bizet
Nights in the Gardens of Spain - De Falla
Symphony in D minor - Franck
Conductor: Alpesh Chauhan | Piano: Ben Dawson
Join us for our Annual traditional Christmas carol concert, with a musical treat from the choir of St Marys church, accompanied by the magnificent Binns Organ.
2.45pm - Concert £5.00 for Adults. Children - FREE
Join Nottingham Music Service in an end of year celebration featuring fantastic music from our talented young people.
Including performances by:
- Area Bands South, Central and Sherwood
- Our Music School Intermediate Orchestra
- Our Music School World Music group
- Choirs from Primary schools across the city
- Finalists from 2014's Sing City competition
This show WILL SELL OUT so we advise early booking
Featuring Music for Everyone groups:
East of England Singers, Daytime Voices, Vocals Youth Choir and New Classical Players
A traditional afternoon Christmas concert for all ages, with well known Christmas carols and seasonal songs including hit Walt Disney film Frozen plus a surprise appearance!
Tickets: Full £6-£10, Conc. £5-£9
Call the Box Office, 0115 958 9312 or book online: www.music-for-everyone.org
Annual Kidsophonic Christmas Concert with Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra. Christmas music with childrens participation and a very special guest. Why not dress up as your favourite pantomime character!
Shows at 10.30am and 2pm.
Tickets £5 for children, £8 for adults (under 2's free) go on sale September 1st 2014.
Please get them early to avoid disappointment.
Overture to Prometheus
Soloists : Laura Van Der Heijden, Callum Smart, Julian Clef
Conductor : Derek Williams
Why not experience the full package with German themed refreshments for only £13. Package includes concert ticket and refreshments of Bratwurst with Kraursalat, Apfel Strudel and a German Beer or Glass of Liebfraumilch.
Concert ticket only £5.00
NBL: The world is watching. Will you?
University of Nottingham Badminton Versus :
Loughborough Sport 26th January 2015
Surrey Smashers 23rd March 2015
Team Derby 27th April 2015
7.45pm Start (Doors Open 6pm)
Adults: £12, Children £6, Family £30
Event Sponsors: Yonex, BM Catalyst, StrengthPro.co.uk and Mansfield Building Society
Nottingham Festival Chorus
East of England Singers
Nottingham Concert Orchestra
Angela Kay, Alex Patterson conductors
Come and experience the magnificent sound as our 250-strong symphony chorus and 60-piece orchestra perform Karl Jenkins' powerful and moving work, The Armed Man, an emotive plea for peace, dedicated to victims of the Kosovo conflict. The programme also includes the East of England Singers in Antony le Fleming's Everyone Sang, a lyrical, passionate setting of a WW1 poem by Siegfried Sassoon, and the strongs of the concert orchestra in Barber's transcendent Adagio. We are also delighted to have a brand new work composed specially for us by Music for Everyone's Assistant Artistic Director, Alex Patterson.
Samuel Barber Adagio
Antony le Fleming Everyone Sang
Laithwaite's wine comes to Nottingham's Albert Hall, with an excellent selection of over 40 wines to try! there will also be opportunies to meet the growers, and win a bottle of Fizz!
Tickets priced at £25.00 per person which includes all wine samples, an inforamtive booklet and your souvenir wine glass.
Tastings at 1.30pm-3.30pm & 6.30pm-8.30pm (Over 18's only)
The unthanks perform as part of their national tour and the release of their debut album