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February 2020

Brighton Philharmonic Brass

9 February @ 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm UTC+0
Brighton Dome, Church Street
Brighton , BN1 1UE United Kingdom
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Sunday 9 February 2020 / 2.45pm Brighton Philharmonic Brass Tylman Susato                   Six Renaissance Dances (from The Danserye) Arr. John Iveson Giovanni Gabrieli              Canzon Septimi Toni a’ 8 Adriano Banchieri             Echo Fantasia a’4 Giovanni Gabrieli              Canzon Duodecimi Toni a’10 Jan Koetsier                        Symphony for Brass Op.80…

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March 2020

Worbey & Farrell “Rhapsody”

1 March @ 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm UTC+0
Brighton Dome, Church Street
Brighton , BN1 1UE United Kingdom
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Sunday 1 March 2020 / 2.45pm Brighton & Hove Philharmonic Society Ltd presents Worbey & Farrell Rhapsody  Steven Worbey & Kevin Farrell Piano Having made their debut with the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra in 2018 with Malcolm Arnold’s Piano Concerto and Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals, Worbey & Farrell return to the Brighton Dome with a concert featuring their own astonishing arrangements of the world’s greatest music. Their work is diverse. From a two-month sell-out season in Vienna to performing with…

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Barry Wordsworth, Thomas Carroll (cello) & the Brighton Phil

29 March @ 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm UTC+0
Brighton Dome, Church Street
Brighton , BN1 1UE United Kingdom
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Sunday 29 March 2020 / 2.45pm Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra Barry Wordsworth Conductor Thomas Carroll Cello Glinka                                   Valse-Fantaisie Elgar                                      Cello Concerto in E Minor Op.85 Tchaikovsky                        Suite No.3 in G Major Op.55   Our final concert of this season sees the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra performing in all its glory with Conductor Laureate Barry Wordsworth. This afternoon’s programme is unashamedly romantic, starting with the fabulous Valse Fantaisie overture by Glinka. Initially written for the piano and only orchestrated 20 years later, this…

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