Welwyn Garden City orchestra's European flavour
THE next concert of WGC Orchestra and Chorus takes place at St Francis Church, in Parkway, WGC, next Saturday. Sibelius, Kodaly and Dvorak starts at 7.30pm. The concert features works by composers from a variety of European countries, under the baton of r
THE next concert of WGC Orchestra and Chorus takes place at St Francis Church, in Parkway, WGC, next Saturday.
Sibelius, Kodaly and Dvorak starts at 7.30pm.
The concert features works by composers from a variety of European countries, under the baton of regular conductor James Ross.
First to be performed are the classical works of Finlandia by Jean Sibelius.
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The Captive Queen, which follows this, is a cantata which Sibelius wrote in 1906.
Next is a performance of Dances of Galanta by Zoltan Kodaly.
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Finally, the orchestra and chorus will perform the Te Deum by Czech composer Antonin Dvorak.
The evening soloists are Sara Jonnson, soprano, and Thomas West, baritone.
Tickets are �10; �6 for students/under 18s; and under 12s go free.
They are available from City Sounds, in Wigmores South, WGC or call 01707 322324.