Northern Chamber Orchestra with Craig Ogden
  • Sunday 22 May 2022, 3pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £5.50 - £25
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Part of Manchester Guitar Festival

An Anglo-Australian concert where the Northern Chamber Orchestra is joined by outstanding Australian guitarist, Craig Ogden, who gave the world premiere of Andy Scott’s concerto with the orchestra at The Stoller Hall in 2017.

Craig will perform two works; Malcolm Arnold’s Guitar Concerto; and Tasmanian-born composer Peter Sculthorpe’s Nourlangie, influenced by South-East Asian and native Australian music and written for solo guitar, strings and percussion. Percy Grainger, an Australian composer who lived the larger part of his life in USA, spent a lot of time collecting English folk songs. Irish Tune from County Derry is a great example of his distinctive style, richly harmonised for strings with a horn introduced at the climax.

Two of the classic English string pieces, both with solo string quartet, bookend this programme. Those who have seen the famous Ken Russell biopic of Elgar will always associate Introduction and Allegro with an exhilarating horse-ride in the Malvern Hills. Vaughan Williams’ Tallis Fantasia uses a second string orchestra which seems to echo like monks chanting in the cloister.

For this concert the Northern Chamber Orchestra is thrilled to be joined by talented students from Chetham’s School of Music.


Keeping you safe

We’re still doing everything we can to keep all our audiences and staff safe at The Stoller Hall.

We’re encouraging mask wearing when moving around the venue and when inside the concert hall, and if you would prefer to social distance when watching the performance, whenever possible we have areas reserved in the hall where there is extra spacing between seats. Please let a member of our team know on arrival, or by emailing boxoffice@stollerhall.com in advance. For our audiences who would like that extra bit of reassurance, our hand sanitising stations, enhanced cleaning measures and modern air handling system helps to minimise any risk from your visit.

Northern Chamber Orchestra with Craig Ogden
  • Sunday 22 May 2022, 3pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £5.50 - £25
Book tickets

Programme:
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis
Percy GRAINGER Irish Tune from County Derry
Malcolm ARNOLD Guitar Concerto Op.67
Peter SCULTHORPE Nourlangie
ELGAR Introduction and Allegro for Strings Op.47

Part of Manchester Guitar Festival

An Anglo-Australian concert where the Northern Chamber Orchestra is joined by outstanding Australian guitarist, Craig Ogden, who gave the world premiere of Andy Scott’s concerto with the orchestra at The Stoller Hall in 2017.

Craig will perform two works; Malcolm Arnold’s Guitar Concerto; and Tasmanian-born composer Peter Sculthorpe’s Nourlangie, influenced by South-East Asian and native Australian music and written for solo guitar, strings and percussion. Percy Grainger, an Australian composer who lived the larger part of his life in USA, spent a lot of time collecting English folk songs. Irish Tune from County Derry is a great example of his distinctive style, richly harmonised for strings with a horn introduced at the climax.

Two of the classic English string pieces, both with solo string quartet, bookend this programme. Those who have seen the famous Ken Russell biopic of Elgar will always associate Introduction and Allegro with an exhilarating horse-ride in the Malvern Hills. Vaughan Williams’ Tallis Fantasia uses a second string orchestra which seems to echo like monks chanting in the cloister.

For this concert the Northern Chamber Orchestra is thrilled to be joined by talented students from Chetham’s School of Music.


Keeping you safe

We’re still doing everything we can to keep all our audiences and staff safe at The Stoller Hall.

We’re encouraging mask wearing when moving around the venue and when inside the concert hall, and if you would prefer to social distance when watching the performance, whenever possible we have areas reserved in the hall where there is extra spacing between seats. Please let a member of our team know on arrival, or by emailing boxoffice@stollerhall.com in advance. For our audiences who would like that extra bit of reassurance, our hand sanitising stations, enhanced cleaning measures and modern air handling system helps to minimise any risk from your visit.

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