University of Hertfordshire orchestra's passion play
JOIN the University of Hertfordshire s resident orchestra, the de Havilland Philharmonic, at a concert of classical music next Sunday. The orchestra will perform an evening of passionate music of the late romantic era in the Weston Auditorium at 7.30pm.
JOIN the University of Hertfordshire's resident orchestra, the de Havilland Philharmonic, at a concert of classical music next Sunday.
The orchestra will perform an evening of passionate music of the late romantic era in the Weston Auditorium at 7.30pm.
Conductor Robin Browning will lead the group though the sounds of Wagner Parsifal - Prelude to Act 1 & Finale Act 3 and Mahler Symphony No 6.
The performance lasts for approximately 150 minutes.
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Tickets are �15; concessions are �12; children and student tickets are �6.
The show is suitable for all ages.
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There is a pre-concert talk, by Howard Burrell, artistic director of the orchestra, at 6.45pm.
This is free for Friends of the Orchestra and for everyone else ticket prices are �2.50.