Toby is excited to be sharing the stage with conductors Mark Wigglesworth and Stefano Boccacci in a special concert by the combined Havant Orchestras to celebrate their founder and musical director for 50 years, Peter Craddock, BEM, who passed away in 2017.
Mahler’s first and last song cycles
Mahler : Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen *
Mahler : Das Lied von der Erde **
London Philharmonic Choir
London Festival Orchestra
A fanfare for Christmas starts your celebrations in style. Over 200 performers pack the stage for this wonderful concert of seasonal classics, festive readings and joyful song, all crowned by a selection of your favourite Carols for All. With special guest presenter Matt Baker.
New Sussex Opera
A mysterious stranger, a princess, a wizard’s riddle, with haunting, romantic music: the exciting re-discovery of Charles Villiers Stanford’s last and arguably finest opera, based on a story by Hans Christian Andersen, with libretto by Henry Newbolt. This is the first professional production of the work for over eighty years, and the first recording of any of Stanford’s nine operas – a key event in the current renaissance of interest in his music.
The region’s premier chamber orchestra returns to Cambridge with a delightful programme, under the direction of conductor Toby Purser. Nicholas Daniel joins them to play the popular Strauss Oboe concerto.
Mozart Symphony No.25
Strauss Oboe Concerto (soloist Paul Daniel)
Sibelius Symphony No.3
A sensational concert celebrating the iconic scores from all your favourite science-fiction films including epic music from Back to the Future, Close Encounters, Alien, Star Wars and many more; all performed by the London Concert Orchestra in spectacular style with stunning lights, dazzling lasers and indoor fireworks.