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Classical Music Alive in Reading 2015-2016

2015-2016 Classical Season

 


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 and also their 70th birthday with three exceptional soloists; Tasmin Little, Khatia Buniastishvili and Dame Evelyn Glennie. Also returning to The Hexagon is the European Union Chamber Orchestra with numerous soloists and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell. And for their debut in Reading, the Flanders Symphony Orchestra, bringing Simon Callow to narrate Ibert's Ballad of Reading Gaol.


Not forgetting another fantastic RPO Noisy Kids concert, taking us Around the World in 80 Minutes!

The Concert Hall will be welcoming pianist, Mitsuko Uchida, The Sixteen, The Nash Ensemble and the Pavel Haas Quartet with Denis Kozhukhin back to the stage, and presents concerts by Sir Willard White, the phenomenal Red Priest Harpsichordist, Trevor Pinnock and Friends and the award-winning guitarist, Milos.

The Emerging Artists Platform is delighted to be working in partnership with Berkshire Maestros, Henley Music School, Henley Music Centre and Reading Youth Orchestra to support young people in their music making and enjoyment. Q&A sessions with soloists and conductors, opportunities to perform during concert intervals, participating in masterclasses and workshops and by offering an easier acess to all Classical Music Alive in Reading concerts. These young people will become the soloists, orchestral players, conductors and audience members of the future.


 


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Stephen Fry

Inaugural University of Reading Town Hall Lecture – Stephen Fry on Oscar Wilde

SOLD OUT

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Thursday 4 June, 8pm  SOLD OUT

Reading Uni

University of Reading Chorus & Chamber Choir

 Reading Summer Proms

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates:  Saturday 6 June

Tenebrae

Tenebrae

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Sunday 14 June, 7.30pm

150th Anniversary

Lunchtime Organ Recital

A student from ETON COLLEGE.

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Wednesday 1 July, 1pm

Berkshire Maestros

Reading Music Centre 'Festival of Music'

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates:  Sunday 5 July, 6pm

Sam Sweeney's Fiddle

Sam Sweeney’s Fiddle: Made In The Great War

Bellowhead's fiddle player marks the 100th anniversary of World War I

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 5 September, 7.30pm

Mitsuko Uchida

Mitsuko Uchida, Piano

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Thursday 24 September, 7.30pm

RPO & Tasmin Little

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Tasmin Little

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Wednesday 7 October, 7.30pm

150th Anniversary

Celebrity Organ Recital - Martin Baker

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Thursday 15 October, 7.30pm

Beardyman

Beardyman: One Album Per Hour

 'Britain's got no talent, Beardyman has it all.' STV

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates:  Friday 23 October, 8pm

Sir Willard White

Sir Willard White, Bass-Baritone

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 31 October, 7.30pm

Andy Hamilton

Andy Hamilton

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates:  Thursday 26 November, 8pm

The Sixteen

The Sixteen & Harry Christophers

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Tuesday 15 December, 7.30pm

Red Priest

Red Priest

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Saturday 30 January, 7.30pm

Pavel Haas Quartet

Pavel Haas Quartet & Denis Kozhukhin, Piano

Classical Music Alive

Venue: Concert Hall

Dates: Friday 19 February, 7.30pm


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