There is so much music happening in our area, so why not get out with your family or partner and get inspired! This upcoming concert featuring on Sunday 29th April featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Wycombe Swan caught my eye for starters. (more info)
ROSSINI - Semiramide Overture MOZART - Piano Concerto No.23 DVOŘÁK - Symphony No.9, ‘From the New World’
Gianluca Marcianò Conductor Elizabeth Sombart Piano
Rossini’s sparkling Semiramide Overture provides an explosive opening, paving the way for Mozart’s elegant and charming Piano Concerto No.23 and Dvořák’s powerful yet poignant ‘From the New World’ Symphony. This selection from three great classical masters will thrill and delight.
There will also be a pre-concert talk in the auditorium with members of the orchestra. This is free to attend (with unreserved seating) for ticket holders and last approximately half an hour commencing an hour prior to the performance time.
I think there is nothing better than going to a live concert/gig and listening to the instrument you are learning, watching how the player stands, sits and performs. I have seen several different performances of the same piece and each time learnt something new!
There are so many places in and around Bucks/Berkshire where we are able to listen to live music - why not check out: