WRR in VH
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 24th April 2015 9:00am
STOP PRESS: Ticket Price just £10
Members of the BBC Concert Orchestra and other internationally renowned London orchestras, known as Symphonia Academica, will be playing a special one-off event in St Mary's Church, Haddenham on Friday 8th May at 7.30pm.
The concert is being held in support of Haddenham St Mary's School PTA, who will be providing a pay bar and fish and chips outside the church, from 6.30pm.
This exciting classical ensemble will be presenting an evening of classics including 'Vivaldi's' Four Seasons with Mozart's 'Eine Kleine Nachtmusik' and Handel's 'Arrival of The Queen of Sheeba', and is a must for music enthusiasts.
This event will follow a day of exciting musical workshops that the members will be running with all three Haddenham schools organised by one of our parents, Daniel Mullin (Nathan, Sunshine class) and two other members of the orchestra.
A ticket request form can be downloaded from this page (see PDF below image) which should completed and returned to the PTA Post Box (adjacent to the main school doors) as soon as possible. Alternatively tickets can be purchased via the school website.
Or pop into one of the following local shops: Parminter the Butcher, White Hart Studio, Blooming Fruity. The tickets cost £10 per person. (Those who have previously purchased tickets at a higher price can claim a refund if they wish to).
The PTA will be running a bar and food will also be available to purchase on the evening.
It promises to be a wonderful evening.
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