Hey, Nottingham! Want to hear some of the greatest orchestral music ever written – for FREE?
Well, you can! The world famous BBC Symphony Orchestra is playing as part of the Ten Pieces project at the Royal Concert Hall on Monday 18th April at 5:15pm and, yes, the tickets are 100% free! They’ll be led by world renowned conductor Alpesh Chauhan with soloists to be confirmed – but we’re sure they’ll be brilliant. To get your tickets (for free, which we can’t stop sayings!) – click here.
Ten Pieces is in its second year of bringing exciting concerts to the city and inspiring young people to get creative with classical music! Ten Pieces II hopes to be a springboard for creativity and enjoyment of all forms of music. Aimed at young people in Key Stage 3 – although you can attend from any age, the concert features a mix of famous orchestral, choral and operatic pieces, and includes two contemporary classics from Anna Clyne and Gabriel Prokofiev.
Tickets for families can be booked here and are limited to parties of up to 6 people and if you’re interested in playing or learning more about music, check out our friends Nottingham Music Hub.