Albert Hall, Nottingham

Albert Hall, Nottingham
North Circus Street
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 5AA
England

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Venue for a Concert to commemorate in words and music the start of the first world war.

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Festivals

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Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man

  • 7 February 2015

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, dedic ated 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.

Programme:
Samuel Barber Adagio
Antony le Fleming Everyone Sang
Alex Patterson Commission

Admission

Tickets:
Full £15, £13, £10, £9
Conc. £14, £12, £9, £8
Child/student £7.50, £6.50, £5, £4.50

Website

http://www.music-for-everyone.org/sat-7-feb-the-armed-man.html

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