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To see all our season's offerings, click on 2017-18 Season

  • Family Concert - Around the World

    Family Concert - Around the World

    14th October 2018

    16:00

    Family Concert - Around the World Come on a trip around the world with the Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra at the Family Concert. This concert (75 mins) is suitable for children and their families and is a wonderful opportunity to hear a live orchestra in Sevenoaks. Short pieces of music will be introduced by our engaging conductor in this exciting world tour, including the Toreador’s March, an Argentinian Tango and Beethoven’s Turkish March. David Leonard will join us to tell the tale of the Amazing Magic Carpet with orchestral accompaniment. Tickets are £7.50 (£6.75 for 4+). This is a very popular concert—book now at the Stag Theatre Box Office to avoid disappointment....

  • November 2018 - Autumn Classics

    November 2018 - Autumn Classics

    18th November 2018

    15:00

    An afternoon concert of romantic music, opening with the overture to one of Wagner's most famous operas. We follow this with the slow movement of Mahler's 5th Symphony, a piece made famous by the film "Death in Venice".We are delighted to welcome back Joo Yeon Sir to play the lovely violin Concerto...

  • February 2019 - Taste of Classics

    6th February 2019

    20:30

    Join us for a taste of some of the repertoire’s best loved orchestral music. This is a delightful evening out, kicking off with a complimentary glass of wine followed by a concert including Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream and Faure’s beau ful Pavane. Darrell Davison brings the music to life...

  • March 2019 - Viva Italia, Viva Espana

    March 2019 - Viva Italia, Viva Espana

    17th March 2019

    15:00

    Composers from many countries have found inspiration in the music of Italy and Spain.In this concert we have music with Spanish origins by Rimsky-Korsakov (Capriccio Espagnol), Ravel (Pavane pour une infanta defunte) and Chabrier (Espana). We begin however with pieces celebrating Italy, by Verdi...




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