Northampton’s Symphony Orchestra
Do you you have Radio Three and Classic FM on the “favorites” button of your car radio? Do you know your Aaron (Copeland) from your Elgar? Did you know that Northamptonshire has one of the UK’s leading amateur symphony orchestras?
Northampton Symphony Orchestra performs programs of classical music regularly at venues in and around Northampton.
Last night’s performance was typical. At Spinney Hill Theatre in Northampton, the 70 strong orchestra showed the skill of musicians from around the county – including Woodford. The program included Elgar’s Violin Concerto in B Minor with featured guest soloist Claire Howick and Brahms Symphony No 1 in C Minor.
The NSO has been running for over 120 years. Now performances by the NSO are a wonderful opportunity to hear live classical music performed by skilled, enthusiastic, musicians; so why not come along?
Their next concert is on Saturday 14th June at 7.30 in Spinney Hill Theatre, once again. The program features classical American music including Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Barber’s Adagio for Strings.
You can learn more about performances at their web site: www.nso.org.uk.
Tickets for performances (typically £12 or £10 for concessions) can be booked in advance by calling them or through their web site.