On Saturday 19 March at 7.30pm, the Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus return to West Road Concert Hall after the disappointment of having to cancel their December and January events. They will perform Dona Nobis Pacem by Vaughan Williams with soloists Alison Rose and Tristan Hambleton and Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2. Harry Sever will make his debut as the Philharmonic’s new Music Director.
“I am so delighted to be making my debut as Music Director of Cambridge Philharmonic with this beautiful and dramatic programme. These two works offer such thrilling musical landscapes which seem as vivid now as they did a century ago – I can’t wait to bring them to life with our ensembles, and share them with our audience.” Harry Sever, Music Director of Cambridge Philharmonic.
Also on sale now is Cambridge Philharmonic’s subsequent concert at West Road on Saturday 21 May. Conducted by outgoing Music Director Timothy Redmond and new Principal Guest Conductor Lucy Hollins, the concert will include the vivid Alaska Spring by Libby Larsen, Jonathan Dove’s celebratory The Passing of the Year and Rachmaninov’s luscious Symphony No. 2. Tickets for these concerts, from £12 with £10 tickets for students and under 18s, are available here: Vaughan Williams & Sibelius – Cambridge Philharmonic