Orchestra of the City
St. James's Piccadilly
Friday 4th April 2014, 7:30pm
Smetana - Ma Vlast (Vysehrad, Vltava, Tabor & Blanik)
Strauss - Serenade in E flat major
Gilad Hochman - Nedudim (Wanderings) Fantasia Concertante for Mandolin and String Orchestra (2013-2014) World Premiere
Supported by the Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund and the Embassy of Israel
Tickets: £10/7 (advance), £14/10 (door)
Advance online ticket will be available until midday on the day of the concert. After this time tickets will be available £14/£10* on the door from 19:00.
*Concessions: Students (with valid NUS card only), under 16s, unemployed, OAPs
The Orchestra of the City is recognised as one of London's leading non-professional orchestras. With a membership of musicians who are of a very high standard but pursing a variety of different careers, the orchestra is known for its friendly and sociable atmosphere and its youthfulness. The orchestra regularly gives high quality performances at prestigious venues, such as St John's Smith Square, with soloists ranging from the up-and-coming youngster to some of the most established and eminent musicians of today, including Piers Lane, Simon Preston and Patricia Rozario. For a full biography of the orchestra, please click here.