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Britten, St Nicholas & Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

Britten, St Nicholas & Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

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Saturday 25 Nov 20177:30pm Book Now
Peterborough Cathedral presents

Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, with Peterborough Choral Society, orchestra and soloist present an autumn concert

Saturday, 25th November 2017 at 7.30pm

Conductor: Steven Grahl


Britten, St Nicholas
Moore, Ode to St Cecilia

Tickets: £20, £15

Accompanied disabled people in wheelchairs can obtain tickets at a reduced price by contacting the Oundle Box Office on 01832 274734.

Clarinet Fantastique

Clarinet Fantastique

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Saturday 25 Nov 20177:30pm Book Now
Clarinet Fantastique

Saturday, 25th November 2017

19:30 - 21:30

St. Peter's Church, Oundle
Church Street, PE8 4AL

Paul Hilliam - conductor

Marie Lloyd - clarinet


Verdi, Overture - The Force of Destiny

Mozart, Clarinet Concerto

Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique

Full price: on the door £13, in advance £11
Concessions: on the door £11, in advance £9.
Children and students under 18, and students in full time education £3

Three popular classics can be heard in the orchestra’s annual autumn concert in St Peter’s Church, Oundle. Verdi’s stirring Overture ‘The Force of Destiny’ reached a wide audience as the sound track for the films ‘Jean De Florette’ and ‘Manon Des Sources’ - and more recently in an advert for lager! Then Mozart’s beautiful Clarinet Concerto will be performed by Marie Lloyd, one of the UK’s leading clarinetists, and a member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. The immediate inspiration for our final piece, Symphonie Fantastique, was the composer’s infatuation with the Irish Shakespearean actress Harriet Smithson. When Berlioz saw her in Paris in the roles of Ophelia and Juliet he declared 'I will marry that woman and on that drama, I will write my greatest symphony'. His Symphonie Fantastique is a tour de force for the orchestra with the 'March to the Scaffold' and 'The Witches' Sabbath' among the highlights.

The Rutland Sinfonia welcomes wheelchair users to its concerts but so as to better prepare for their easier access and accommodation, if possible, we would be grateful if you could let us know you are planning to attend by emailing