Sunday 25th November 2018

Departing Taverham at 8.30am

The most popular classical music show in the UK returns to the Royal Albert Hall in November. From the very best classical music and state of the art technology, to electrifying multi-coloured laser displays and the famous thundering finale to the music of the 1812 Overture – the November 2018 season promises to be bigger and more thrilling than ever!

 

 

HANDEL   Zadok the Priest
ORFF   O Fortuna
ELGAR   Nimrod
RAVEL   Bolero
HOLST   Jupiter from The Planets
VERDI   Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves
SOUSA   Stars and Stripes Forever
STRAUSS   Radetzky March
TCHAIKOVSKY   Sleeping Beauty Waltz
BIZET   Duet from The Pearl Fishers
ROSSINI   Largo al factotum
VERDI   La Donna e mobile
DEBUSSY   Clair de Lune
WAGNER   Ride of the Valkyries

HORNPIPE
LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY
NESSUN DORMA
RULE, BRITANNIA!
1812 OVERTURE

With
Thundering cannons and indoor fireworks

ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

John Rigby conductor

London Philharmonic Choir (Thurs & Sat)

London Chorus (Fri & Sun)

Jesus Leon tenor

Nicholas Lester baritone

Classical Spectacular Dancers
Muskets and Cannons of the Moscow Militia
Durham Marenghi lighting designerLincoln Parkhouse pyrotechnics

PRICE

Coach and admission: £70

How to Book

(Due to increased legislation and resultant costs we are no longer taking card payments on-line.)

Bookings may be made by calling IC Travel on Norwich (01603) 868680, 07931 722186 or email info@ictravel.co.uk

Alternatively you can use our online booking system to reserve your place and then telephone IC Travel to make your payment and confirm your booking.  Payments can also be made by Paypal by sending to payments@ictravel.co.uk 

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