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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Resonate Strings

By calstockarts  |  Posted: January 05, 2014

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
PL18 9QX
Calstock Arts is delighted to welcome to The Old Chapel the BSO Resonate Strings, a quintet of musicians from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

Their varied 'Spring Serenade' programme focuses in the first half on the 'greats' of the Baroque period – Handel, Bach, Pachelbel and Vivaldi, including iconic pieces like Bach's Air on a G string, Pachelbel's Canon and Vivaldi's Four Seasons, but then moves forward to the Classical period and Mozart's sparkling serenade Eine kleine nachtmusik.

After the interval comes English fare in the shape of music by Holst, Warlock and Elgar's ever-popular Serenade, and to round off the evening, it's over to the States for a couple of witty rags by Scott Joplin and Copland's exhilarating Hoe Down from his ballet Rodeo. Andrew Burn, Head of Projects at the BSO, joins the Resonate Strings to guide the audience through the music.

£14 advance, £15 door, £10 concessions – unwaged with proof of ID
£4 under 16s, £30 family – 2 adults, 2 children. £1 reduction for FCA

Click here for tickets.

Box Office telephone number 01726 879500

Tickets available from Levines in Calstock.

Doors and bar 7.00pm, start time 8.00pm

The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock

Enjoy a delicious two course, set pre-concert meal in our new Kelly Room, with local and seasonal food cooked with imagination and flair by Food Dreckly. The Pop Up restaurant will be open from 6pm until 8pm. To make a booking email info@fooddreckly.com with the number in your party, the ratio of meat to non meat eaters and a telephone contact. Cost £18 per head. http://tinyurl.com/35uvbeb


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