Some of the UK’s most exciting young musicians will perform four concerts in one day, at the Bridgewater Hall.
The culmination of a two week music festival at Chetham’s School of Music features all 328 students from the UK’s largest specialist music school.
The landmark event is thought to be the first youth orchestra concert in front of a live audience anywhere in the UK since before the pandemic.
These four performances will feature some of the most talented young musicians in the UK in an eclectic program that also features conductors from the Royal Northern College of Music, along with Tom Redmond, Marcus Farnsworth and Ben Gernon.
Supported by The LHR Charitable Foundation.
Tickets are on sale now, until Monday 5 July, via the Bridgewater Hall box office.
Schedule for the day
11am: Lower School Orchestra and Choir
Music by Bernstein, Grace Williams, Beethoven and more!
2pm: Middle School Orchestra
Tchaikovsky – Capriccio Italian
Lalo – Symphonie Espagnole (1st movement)
Mendelssohn – Violin Concerto (3rd movement)
Panufnik – Sinfonia Sacra
4:45pm: Chetham’s Chorus
Bruckner – Ecce sacerdos magnus
Brahms – Geistliches Lied Op. 30
Brahms – Four Songs for female choir, horns and harp
Boulanger – Psalm 24
8.30pm: Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra
Conductor, Ben Gernon
Clyne – Masquerade
Serocki – Trombone Concerto
Resphigi – Fountains of Rome
Resphigi – Pines of Rome
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