It’s a kind of magic with Norfolk orchestra
The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra has announced its repertoire for 2019-20, and will kick off in November under the baton of maestro Steve Bingham and led by Paula Muldoon.
Steve has toured the world performing with famous artistes and ensembles, and his Bingham String Quartet is internationally renowned.
Paula is a multi-talented software engineer and musician, and has also performed around the world with many illustrious groups and conductors.
Together they make quite a team.
These world class musicians will take us into a world of Magic and Mystery on November 17 , with highlights including The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and music from Harry Potter.
A magician in the foyer will get you in the mood for magic, and the audience are invited to re-use their Halloween outfits and come in fancy dress!
This concert is the perfect way to introduce young people to classical music.
Further concerts will take place in January, March, May and June. Highlights include the joyful 2nd Symphony of Brahms, Benjamin Britten’s fun and educational Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, and the ebullient horn concerto by Strauss.
The public can get further involved with the orchestra by becoming a ‘Friend’, and this season we are also inviting people to sponsor a player in the orchestra. You can find details on the NSO website.
For every concert, 100 free tickets will be available to under-18s if you contact the Corn Exchange box office.
The orchestra welcomes you to share in delightful music throughout this exciting season.
More by this authorMark Leslie