Vaughan Williams, Britten, Walton and Stanford (Oct 2016)

, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London 51.505717 -0.117073
Dates & Time:
3 PM
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£10 to £49, from
0844 875 0073
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David Hill be conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, with the Bach Choir and baritone Mark Stone.

They will be performing some classical works by Charles Villiers Stanford, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Benjamin Britten and William Walton.

Stanford -- Song to the soul for chorus
Williams -- The Lark Ascending
Britten -- The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
Walton -- Belshazzar's Feast


The Philharmonia Orchestra is based at the Royal Festival Hall. Widely regarded as one of the world’s great orchestras, they have an extraordinary recorded legacy.

First established in 1875, the Bach Choir has long been regarded as one of the world’s leading choruses. The choir’s musical director is currently David Hill, who occupies a spot once held by the great English composer Vaughan Williams.


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