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Bromley Youth Chamber Orchestra and Bromley Youth Concert Band
Sunday 9 March, 6.00pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £12 (£8, under-16s £1) [ book now ]
The Bromley Youth Music Trust is the highly acclaimed music hub for the London Borough of Bromley. Its two flagship ensembles, Bromley Youth Chamber Orchestra (BYCO) and Bromley Youth Concert Band (BYCB) showcase the best young string, wind and percussion players from across the borough. Programme to include Mozart’s Divertimento in F, Beethoven’s Triple Concerto in C major and music by Philip Sparke and Alfred Reed. Conductors: Jonathan Josephs (BYCO) and Ian Rowe (BYCB).
Welcome to Thebes
Wednesday 19 to Saturday 22 March, 7.30pm Sackville Theatre Tickets £10 (£8) Age advice 14+ [ book now ]
Set in the present day but inspired by ancient myth, Welcome to Thebes offers a passionate exploration of an encounter between the world’s richest and poorest countries in the aftermath of a brutal civil war.
Performed by the Sevenoaks School Senior Theatre Company.
Sevenoaks Swings featuring special guest Harry the ‘Piano’
Tuesday 25 March, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £7 [ book now ]
Sevenoaks Swings is the traditional end of term celebration of all things jazz and swing at Sevenoaks. The evening will feature the school big band, middle school jazz band, sax quartet and many other ensembles and soloists.
For the first time, the students will be joined by a special guest star. Harry the Piano, described by the Sunday Times as ’Spellbinding!’.
The Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert Band
Sunday 30 March, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £9 (£7, £1 under-18s) [ book now ]
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Kent Chorus present: Brahms’ Requiem
Sunday 6 April, 4.00pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £15 (£5 under-18s, disabled) [ book now ]
Now in their third successful and highly acclaimed Season, Kent Chorus with Meridian Sinfonia plus soloists bring a full scale performance of this fantastic choral classic to Pamoja Hall. Kent Chorus will be joined by The London Orpheus Choir to create a vast chorus of voices to match the huge orchestra. Programme also includes Brahms' St Anthony Chorale.
Sunday 13 April and Sunday 14 July, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £12 (£6) [ book now ]
Easter Concert: this concert on Sunday 13 April will feature Lydian player Phoebe Stamford-Kamps (bassoon) as the soloist in Hummel’s Grand Concerto in F. The conductor will be Christoph Nielbock, director of the Music Academy at Wiesbaden and our host during the Lydian Orchestra’s recent tour there.
Summer Concert: our Summer Concert on Sunday 13 July will feature a concerto performed by the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year 2014, conducted by Michael Hitchcock.
Ernest and the Pale Moon
Wednesday 23 April, 4.40pm Sackville Theatre Tickets £10 (£8) [ book now ]
Award-winning Theatre Company Les Enfants Terribles tour their new show, developed in association with Pins and Needles Productions. Inspired by the works of Poe and Hitchcock, Ernest and the Pale Moon is a spine-chilling tale of obsession and murder.
Sevenoaks School Jazz Club
Thursday 24 April, 7.30pm Sackville Theatre Tickets £7 [ book now ]
An intimate ‘jazz club’ setting in the Sackville Theatre creates an ideal stage for the best jazz performers in the school to play with a professional jazz trio. This secret event has been building its small but very satisfied audience every year.
Maidstone Wind Symphony
Saturday 26 April, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £12 (£8) [ book now ]
We are delighted to welcome a host of special guests for this one-off spectacular concert. Andy Scott has a growing international reputation as a composer and the band will be performing a whole host of wonderful new arrangements. Andy will be performing, alongside tuba virtuoso Les Neish who will play Andy’s Salt of the Earth concerto. We warmly welcome the Kent Youth Jazz Orchestra led by Graham Mann to perform a set at the beginning of the second half, before we conclude the evening with a performance of George Gershwin’s famous Rhapsody in Blue with young pianist Philip Leslie.
Alan Adler Memorial Concert
Tuesday 29 April, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £7 [ book now ]
The Alan Adler concert in 2014 is a celebration of the music of Antonín Dvorak. The programme will consist of two works, his ever-popular Symphony No 9 in E minor ‘From the New World’ and choral masterpiece, the celebrated Stabat Mater, in which members of the Sevenoaks School Symphony Orchestra will accompany the Sevenoaks School Choral Society and Parents’ Choir.
Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra presents Voices of Spring
Sunday 18 May, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall Tickets £14 (£13, under 18s £1) [ book now ]
The Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1944. It is made up of over 60 local musicians, led by professional conductor, Darrell Davison and Leader Catherine Smart. For more information visit: www.sevenoakssymphonyorchestra.org.uk.
The programme will consist of Bernstein Candide Overture, Khachaturian Spartacus – Romance, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 4, Copland Appalachian Spring and Stravinsky The Firebird Suite.
Wednesday 18 to Saturday 21 June, 7.30pm Sackville Theatre Tickets £10 (£8) [ book now ]
An epic tale of sea journeys, love, loss and redemption, with a vivid cast of characters, Pericles was one of the last of Shakespeare’s plays, and in its day a huge popular success. Though rarely performed now, it retains a remarkable power to enthral, entertain and move with its central theme of the resilience of the human spirit. A heart-warming bedtime story for grown-ups.