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April

Thursday 4 / Friday 5 April, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

University of Kent Musical Theatre Society
Spring Showcase – Status: Single

 

Inspired by reality TV, Status: Single focuses on a producer’s big dream to smash the TV hits with their all new show, centred around people coupling up and finding love. Featuring acting, singing and dancing, and some absolute vibes, this comedic showcase is sure to be 100% your type.

Viewing information: this performance will contain strong language and themes of a sexual nature.

 

T: Full £8 / Concessions & Students £5: click here

Tickets sold on behalf of Kent Union


Saturday 6 April, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Canterbury Orchestra Spring Concert
A Slavonic Journey

 

Andrew Lowen conductor
Amanda Wyatt leader
Ana Vandepeer violin

 

Grieg - Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
Tchaikovsky - Violin Concerto
Dvořák - Symphony No 8

 

Canterbury Orchestra is delighted to present three glorious pieces of Romantic music from countries bordering the Baltic Sea, opening with Grieg’s joyful celebration of his 25th wedding anniversary, followed by Tchaikovsky’s intense and moving Violin Concerto, for which we welcome back the talented Ana Vandepeer. The concert concludes with Dvořák’s Symphony No 8, a cheerful and optimistic composition reflecting the composer’s love of Bohemian folk music.

 

T: Full £15/ Students & Children £8: click here

Tickets sold on behalf of Canterbury Orchestra


Saturday 13 April, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 3pm

Kent Youth Wind Orchestra and Kent Youth Choirs

The Kent Youth Wind Orchestra and Kent Youth Choirs take to the concert platform at the Colyer-Fergusson Concert Hall to provide yet another celebration of music-making in the County of Kent. Experience a performance provided by some of the finest young musicians in Kent as they share their passion and enjoyment for making music. Early booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.

 

T: Full £12 / Concessions £6

Tickets sold on behalf of Kent Music


Sunday 14 April, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 3pm

A Sunday Afternoon of Song with The Oyster Singers

With guest soloist Penelope Martin-Smith

 

The Whitstable-based community choir is back for its first concert of 2019 with a mixed programme of songs for all the family, from traditional and jazz standards, to rock and pop. The Oyster Singers and Musical Director, Victoria Rowcroft, are delighted to welcome soprano Penelope Martin-Smith as their guest soloist.

 

As always, a donation from the ticket sales will go to the choir’s chosen charity of 2019. Join them for an upbeat and uplifting afternoon of music-making!

 

T: Full £10 / Under 16s £5: click here
Tickets sold on behalf of The Oyster Singers


Thursday 18 April, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Kent County Youth Orchestra

 

Some of the most talented young orchestral musicians in Kent take to the concert platform following their Spring residential course under the expert direction of George Jackson (Winner of the 2015 Aspen Conducting Prize). A programme of varied chamber and orchestral repertoire.

 

T: Full £10 / Concessions £5

Tickets sold on behalf of Kent Music

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