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Anyone for a spot of Classical music?

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Whether you are into Rossini or Mozart or even Haydn then this is the must see concert of the year for you. This year the Guildhall is hosting an evening of awesome music for all classical fans.

On Sunday 26th November, a concert, performed by the Boston Sinfonia is taking place at the Boston Guildhall.

Boston Guildhall, the place to be for classical music

Boston Sinfonia is recognized as Lincolnshire’s top symphony orchestra. It founded in 1996 and has been giving orchestral concerts in and around Boston. The orchestra has now gained an outstanding reputation for performances of fine classical music and has become very popular with audiences. It consists of musicians of all ages, from all over the county, with some travelling from quite far away. The orchestra’s popularity is continuing to increase under the direction of its Musical Director and Principal Conductor, Nigel Morley.

There will be pieces from Rossini (Overture Il Signor Bruschino), Mozart (Bassoon Concerto) and Haydn (Symphony No 83 “La Poule”). If this is your kind of thing then take a visit to the Boston Sinfonia’s website for lots more info on this great evening (There’s a link down below).

If bought before the day, the tickets will cost £10 and can be bought either from The Stump Gift shop or online at www.bostonsinfonia.org.uk . If you can’t get a ticket before the show you can buy one for £12 at the doors on the day. You can enter the hall from 2:30pm and the concert will begin at 3:00pm.

If you can’t make this concert, two more are already planned for the next year. The first is on April 21st, at St Mary’s Church in Frampton. Some pieces being played are by Beethoven (Overture Coriolan and Symphony No 8) and Saint-Saëns (Havanese and Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso). The other concert planned is on June 9th, at The Stump. Some pieces being played at this one are by Rimsky Korsakov (Tsar’s Bride Overture), Shostakovich (Piano Concerto No 2) and Tchaikovsky (Symphony No 5). Both concerts are due to start at 7:30pm, but neither have had prices confirmed yet.

By Paige Year 8

YJA Newsroom

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