What is an orchestra? What does it look like? Who plays in it? How does it work? Where does it live? Where does it get its music from? What happens when you hear it?
When his spaceship crash lands on Earth, Wally finds himself in an alien environment – one where weird-looking people are using pieces of metal and wood to make strange and beautiful sounds. Families and school groups are invited to join up with Wally and the orchestra to take a Short Ride in a Fast Machine, spend the Night on a Bare Mountain and, finally, find their way back to a galaxy far, far away.
We’re looking for musical explorers to join Wally on a voyage of discovery using some of the BBC’s Ten Pieces I, II and III. You’ll need your curiosity and your imagination as you meet The Stoller Hall Outreach Ensemble to learn all about the amazing orchestra and how it works.
We think children aged 6 and over will enjoy this concert the most.
Please note the 10.45am concert is for Salford schools only – see below
1.30pm show – open to all schools
School group bookings entitle you to 35 seats for the total cost of £40 (plus £2 group booking fee).
Additional individual tickets for larger or smaller groups are available for £2.
Please note that all children and adults must have tickets.
10.45am show – open to Salford schools only (sold out)
Thanks to the support of the Booth Charities we are delighted to offer the morning concert exclusively to Salford schools at a subsidised price of £25 per class (max 35 including staff). Additionally we have a limited number of bursaries of up to £100 per school to support the cost of transport to the concert.
To book tickets for this concert, you will need a booking code which can be requested from Salford Music Service. Please enter the code on the next page, BEFORE selecting your tickets.
Your seats will be allocated prior to the concert, and tickets may be collected on arrival or posted to you around one week in advance. Please let us know about any access needs within your group by using the comments section on your booking, or by emailing our Outreach team.
If you have any queries, or would prefer us to invoice you for your tickets, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England