National Children’s Orchestra: Northerlies Regional Concert – CANCELLED
  • Sunday 7 June 2020, 2:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
Image National Children’s Orchestra: Northerlies Regional Concert – CANCELLED

Grab your passport and your suitcase; you are off to the Americas with the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain! The NCO North Orchestra will perform a dazzling programme of music inspired by North and South America.

National Children’s Orchestra: Northerlies Regional Concert – CANCELLED
  • The Stoller Hall

Programme

Programme

GERSHWIN arr. WHITNEY Strike up the Band
COPLAND Hoe Down from 'Rodeo'
BERNSTEIN Mambo from West Side Story
MARQUEZ Danzón No. 2
PRADO Que Rico Mambo
FROMETA El Profesor Rui-Rua
PIAZZOLA arr. Bryant Libertango

Grab your passport and your suitcase; you are off to the Americas with the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain! The NCO North Orchestra will perform a dazzling programme of music inspired by North and South America.

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