Crosby Orchestra’s concert promises to be varied evening
THE Classical Romantics concert this Sunday evening (February 10) at 7.30pm presented by Crosby Symphony Orchestra at St Faith’s, Great Crosby promises to a varied evening.
There will be a concerto by Capuzzi, an Italian contemporary of Beethoven. There will also be a symphony by Brahms who was influenced by Beethoven and the ever popular Walk to the Paradise Garden by Delius.
The concert starts with the Overture Prince Igor by Borodin, written for the opera first performed in 1890.
Gareth Harrison the soloist for the Double Bass Concerto is a regular member of Crosby Symphony Orchestra thrust into the limelight for this concert.
The conductor for the evening is Edward Peak, who is well known to Merseyside audiences not only as the conductor of Orchestra Del Arte but also formerly as a Double Bass player with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Tickets are available from Harmonics Music and Pritchard's Bookshop in Crosby, online at www.crosbysymphony.org.uk or pay at the door.