Classical/Orchestral

Classical/Orchestral

The Sixteen at Christmas

Ceremony of Carols

Walton                                        Make we joy now in this fest
Mediaeval carols:
Nowell, nowell: Out of your sleep
Sweet was the song
Nowell, nowell: In Bethlem
Traditional                                   The Saviour's Work 

Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra

Handel                      Movements from the Water Music
Vaughan-Williams   Prologue & Spring Song
                                  (from Folk Songs of the Four Seasons)
Faurè                        Cantique de Jean Racine
Dvorak                      Symphony No.7 in D Minor

plus other items performed by Farnham Youth Choir
Stephen Scotchmer
and Joanna Tomlinson Conductors

Back to the Future in Concert

Power up your DeLorean… recharge your flux capacitor… and get ready to celebrate an unforgettable movie classic as you’ve never seen and heard it before!

Back to the Future, starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and Crispin Glover, is the 1.21-gigawatt blockbuster that topped the 1985 box office chart, spawned two wildly successful sequels and stamped an enduring imprint on pop culture.

Music for 18 Musicians

Steve Reich Clapping Music 
                       Mallet Quartet
                       Nagoya Marimbas
                       Music for 18 Musicians
Synergy Vocals
London Sinfonietta

And In The End

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and The Bootleg Beatles

Neil Innes                  presenter
Richard Balcombe   conductor

Arrangements by Ian Stephens

Experience two of the Beatles’ best loved albums performed afresh in this special musical collaboration, adding a classical twist and performing beautifully arranged symphonic versions of these hits, including masterpieces such as Here Comes The Sun, Come Together and The Long and Winding Road.

Basingstoke Choral Society

Karl Jenkins The Peacemakers 
                      Palladio
 
New London Sinfonia
David Gibson
 
The Peacemakers, composed in 2011, is a work extolling peace. Karl Jenkins dedicates this work to those who lost their lives during armed conflict. He takes inspiration from the utterances of world figures such as Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama and Gandhi all of whom chose to espouse peace in a violent world. 
 

Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra

Butterworth         A Shropshire Lad
Brahms               Violin Concerto In D major
Scotchmer        The Unanswered Prayer
Ravel                  Pavane pour une infante défunte
Sibelius              Symphony No. 7 in C major

Sara Deborah Timossi  violin
Stephen Scotchmer      

Basingstoke Festival of Choirs and Heritage Light Orchestra

Hundreds of enthusiastic, local singers will be joining forces to present a programme of music to suit all tastes and ages.

Accompanied by the Heritage Light Orchestra and joined by special guests Vocal Point and St Mary's CE Junior School Choir, displaying the very best of the Borough's young talent.

The programme will include the music of Carl Orff, Karl Jenkins, Gilbert and Sullivan, Verdi and more, all guaranteed to lift the spirits and ensure a joyous evening of music making.

Armonico Consort - Come and Sing Workshop

Come and sing with Armonico Consort at this open rehearsal and learn the music which will feature in Armonico’s concert later the same evening.

A not to be missed opportunity to delve into Tallis’ magnificent motet Spem in Alium for 40 separate voices with this critically acclaimed choir!

Advance booking essential - music will be provided.

kraftwerk re:werk

Charles Hazlewood conducts
Army of Generals and The British Paraorchestra

kraftwerk-re:werk takes Kraftwerk’s inspirational album Trans Europe Express as the starting point for a thrilling symphonic trip.

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