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Classical Music Alive in Reading 2014-2015

Classical Music Alive 1415

 


Classical Music Alive in Reading is delighted to present orchestras, conductors, ensembles and soloists of the highest calibre at The Hexagon and The Concert Hall. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra continue their three-concert residency with an exciting evening of your favourite film music by John Williams – including Harry Potter, Superman, Star Wars & War Horse; popular works by Mendelssohn, Mozart and Tchaikovsky under the baton of Michał Nesterowicz and cellist, Natalie Clein playing Dvořák’s magnificent Cello Concerto. Also returning to The Hexagon is the English Chamber Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, European Union Chamber Orchestra and Russian State Symphony Orchestra.



Not forgetting another fantastic RPO Noisy Kids concert – Magic and Mystery!



The Concert Hall will be welcoming pianist, Radu Lupu and The Sixteen back to the stage, and presents concerts by soprano, Elizabeth Watts, clarinettist, Michael Collins with The Heath Quartet, cellist, Narek Haknazaryan and award-winning chamber choir, Tenebrae.



Classical Music Alive is delighted to launch the brand new Emerging Artists Platform. An exciting new initiative that actively looks for provide a concert platform for artists just embarking on an international performing career. In partnership with Get Reading, we will learn more about these artists with interviews and post-concert reviews. In addition young instrumentalists from the Reading area will be invited to attend the artists’ rehearsal and meet them to learn more about becoming an international performer.


Download the full 14-15 season brochure HERE


 

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Stephen K Amos

Stephen K Amos: Welcome to My World

Part of Reading Comedy Festival

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 1 November, 8pm

150th Anniversary

Organ Lessons for Beginners

Part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Sunday 26 October, 10.30am & 2pm Sunday 2 November, 10.30am & 2pm

150th Anniversary

Organ Lessons for Pianists

Part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Sunday 26 October, 12pm & 3.30pm Sunday 2 November, 12pm & 3.30pm

150th Anniversary

Lunchtime Organ Recital

Anthony Hammond, Cirencester

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Wednesday 12 November, 1pm

150th Anniversary

Meet the Organ

Part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 15 November, 10.30am, 1.15pm & 4.15pm

150th Anniversary

Big Pipe Busk

Part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 15 November, From 3.30pm

Henley Symphony Orchestra

Henley Symphony Orchestra

With Soprano Sarah-Jane Lewis

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Sunday 16 November, 4pm

Mark Watson

Mark Watson: Flaws

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 22 November, 7.30pm

Radu Lupu

Radu Lupu, Piano

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Thursday 27 November, 7.30pm

Torvill Dean

Our Life On Ice: In Conversation with Torvill & Dean

On Sale Friday 26 Sept 10am.

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Friday 28 November, 8pm

Gospel

Reading Community Gospel Choir

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 29 November, 7.30pm

The Sixteen

The Sixteen & Harry Christophers

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 13 December, 7.30pm

Syd Lawrence

The Syd Lawrence Orchestra

Mistletoe and Miller

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Tuesday 16 December, 7.30pm

150th Anniversary

Lunchtime Organ Recital

Ben Bloor, Westminster Cathedral

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Wednesday 21 January, 1pm

Elizabeth Watts

Elizabeth Watts, Soprano & Roger Vignoles, Piano

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Sunday 25 January, 7.30pm


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