Soloist: Thomas Isaac
Sudbury Symphony Orchestra is delighted to announce that their next concert will be on Sunday 29th March at 6 pm when we will be performing Elgar's Cello Concerto with Thomas Isaac as soloist followed by Dvorak's Symphony No. 4 in D minor.
Elgar's cello concerto was the last important work he wrote. It had a difficult first performance in London in 1919 with an under rehearsed orchestra but since that time the work has been recognised as one of the iconic works for the cello. The music seems to have an end of an era melancholic feel to it which is immediately captivating. With Thomas Isaac's as our soloist for the evening we will be in for a very real musical treat. Dvorak's Symphony no.4 is one of those really interesting pieces of music that for some reason just do not get played as often as it deserves. Its a lovely mix of Czech, Brahms and Wagner influences - do come and judge it for yourself. Enjoy!
Tickets are just £12 for adults (including complimentary concert programme) and £2 for children aged 16 and under. Tickets will be available from the end of February onwards from Compact Music, North Street, Sudbury and Sudbury Tourist Information (library). Or email: email@example.com. As usual a limited number of tickets will be available on the door.
We hope you will join us for this evening of really wonderful music.
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