400 voices singing Carmina Burana

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Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, Kensington, London
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0207 589 8212

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Dates & Time:
26th October 2019
7.30 PM
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Carmina Burana returns to the Royal Albert Hall in what promises to be a rousing and memorable night.

Andrew Greenwood will be conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and 400 voices of the London Chorus, English Concert Chorus, Goldsmiths Choral Union, Highgate Choral Society and Southend Boys' Choir in a performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana at the Royal Albert Hall.

Other works include Wagner's Lohengrin's Prelude to Act III and Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony.

Performers:

Royal Philharmonic OrchestraThe Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is the resident orchestra at Cadogan Hall and was founded by Thomas Beecham in 1946. Subsequent Principal Conductors have included the great André Previn, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Charles Dutoit.

 

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