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July

Saturday 6 July, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Canterbury Orchestra Summer Concert
Drumroll into the 19th Century

 

Andrew Lowen conductor

Jamie Phillips trumpet
Amanda Wyatt leader

 

Schumann - Overture, Scherzo and Finale
Hummel - Trumpet Concerto
Haydn - Symphony No 103 in E flat

 

Canterbury Orchestra’s summer concert explores elements of the transition from Classicism to Romanticism in the then Austro-German empire centred around the vibrant musical hub of Vienna. Haydn’s Drumroll Symphony, written in London before his return to Vienna, provides an example of his late classical symphonies; Hummel, a protégé of Haydn, gives us the first modern trumpet concerto and from Leipzig we hear one of Schumann’s early flirtations with the symphony.

 

T: Full £15/ Students & Children £8

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Saturday 13 July, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Caritas Chamber Choir
Caritas International Emerging Composer Competition

 

Benedict Preece conductor

 

Caritas Chamber Choir presents its third International Composer Competition. This year composers were asked to write a work based on ‘The Sea’. Come and hear the final of this competition and see who is crowned Caritas Composer of the Year 2019.

 

T: £10

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