Camerata Live: concerts for schools
Posted on December 15, 2009
The Camerata Live event at The Bridgewater Hall on 27 January 2010 is now sold out. But fear not; there are more opportunities for your school to experience the Manchester Camerata experience live in 2010.
Camerata Live is a brand new project aimed at schools and colleges in our residency areas around Manchester.
Thanks to funding from The Zochonis Charitable Trust we are now able to schools in Greater Manchester FREE tickets to Manchester Camerata concerts at the RNCM and The Bridgewater Hall. Claiming free tickets is an excellent way for you and your class to watch world-famous soloists and high quality performances of pieces often on your GCSE or A-level syllabus.
Forthcoming exciting Camerata Live concerts for you to attend are as follows:
ETERNAL BLUE HORIZONS
Saturday 30 January 2010, 7.30pm, The Bridgewater Hall
Featuring Bushra El Turk, Beethoven, and Mahler, this concert presents two highly contrasting views of nature and the earth, and is part of a wider celebration of Mahler’s music by the three resident orchestras at The Bridgewater Hall.
Saturday 13 March 2010, 7.30pm, The Bridgewater Hall
Featuring Haydn, Stravinsky, and Beethoven. You are very welcome to attend our Talking Point session at 6.30pm before the concert too, where Tom Pankhurst will be discussing how a musical exchange across centuries inspired Stravinsky’s classically influenced Pulcinella.
If you are interested in booking seats for these concerts, what are you waiting for? Please call Jo Foxall on 0161 226 8696 for more details, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org