On Friday, October 15, the orchestra will perform a program of major popular orchestras, including Elgar’s Enigma Variations, and on the afternoon of Saturday, October 16, there will be a relaxed concert for people who might find it difficult to perform. attend a traditional show.
Conductor Jamie Phillips’ dynamic style makes him ideally suited to lead a captivating program of great orchestral works for the Friday night concert, which begins at 7:30 p.m.
The program will culminate with the audience’s favorite, Elgar’s Enigma Variations, in which each movement is dedicated to a friend of the composer.
The program also includes Peer Gynt: Suite No.1 by Grieg and Irmelin: Prelude by Delius, and acclaimed violinist Irène Duval makes her RPO debut performing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.
The Saturday afternoon concert, which will take place at 2 p.m., will feature 25 musicians as well as internationally acclaimed presenter Tim Steiner. The event will be more relaxed as it is specially designed to be accessible to a wide range of people including adults and children with learning disabilities, movement disorders, autism spectrum disorders, other disorders neurological, or for those with young children or babies.
With interactive elements, up-close experiences of the musicians, BSL performance, Makaton singing, and gentle sensory elements, attendees are invited to enjoy the concert relaxed without worry.
There will be opportunities to sing, dance, move or just listen to world class music depending on your preference. At the end of the concert, optional post-show activities will invite people to try their hand at various musical activities, hosted by the RPO musicians themselves.
Tickets for Friday 15th October are priced at £ 17 with discounts and family discounts available. Tickets for the casual concert on Saturday 16th October are priced at £ 10.50.