Saturday, 10th November 2018 at 2:30pm; Symphony Hall, Centenary Square, Birmingham B1 2EA.
A special show of great classics, dazzling lasers and special effects. Following sold out shows in 2017, Spectacular Classics is back! Enjoy classics including Nessun Dorma, Rule, Britannia!, Land of Hope and Glory, plus an explosive 1812 Overture complete with cannon effects and indoor firework finale.
The CBSO and the City of Birmingham Choir with tremendous soloists bring you many popular classics. Two performances, afternoon and evening. We look forward to working with conductor Anthony Inglis once again.
PROKOFIEV Dance of the Knights
ORFF O Fortuna
GRIEG Morning and In the Hall of the Mountain King
BIZET The Pearl Fishers Duet
VERDI Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves
STRAUSS Blue Danube Waltz
ROSSINI Galop from William Tell Overture
JENKINS Benedictus from The Armed Man
TCHAIKOVSKY Finale from Swan Lake
HANDEL Zadok the Priest
Please note that David Butt Philip replaces Nicky Spence as tenor for Spectacular Classics in Birmingham on Saturday 10 November 2018, both performances.
David Butt Philip tenor
Grant Doyle baritone
City of Birmingham Choir
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Anthony Inglis conductor
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