Out of this world
Sinfonia Viva presents...
Join Sinfonia Viva for a concert of intergalactic favourites. Presented by Alasdair Malloy, this family concert offers an exciting introduction to live music and the orchestra.
The orchestra of 12 musicians will perform well known music from Star Wars, E.T. ‘The Extra Terrestrial’ and Doctor Who as well as popular music from the likes of Mozart and Handel.
Suitable for ages 5 to 11.
After the performance meet the musicians and try out some instruments for yourself. Plus, free refreshments and space-themed craft activities for all ticket holders.
All attendees are welcome to come dressed up as your favourite space character.
How to book
Tickets cost £3 for a single or £9 for a family ticket (family of four, maximum two adults).
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Who are Sinfonia Viva?
Sinfonia Viva is an orchestra and we love making people happy, we love performing and we love to help other people perform with us too. Whether it’s our concert or education work, we connect participants, communities and professional musicians together to create exceptional music that stirs the emotions.
Who is Alasdair Malloy?
Alasdair Malloy considers himself very fortunate to have a richly varied and diverse musical life. Trained as a percussionist at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, he has now been Principal Percussion with the BBC Concert Orchestra for over twenty years and during this time has been regularly in demand as a guest player for sessions and concerts and for film and television recordings. His BBC Proms solo debut was in 1998 and he has made a number of subsequent appearances at this and other notable music festivals.
The combination of his outgoing personality, his enthusiasm for all sorts of music and his soft Scottish accent has resulted in Alasdair becoming a very popular presenter of concerts and on television and radio. From his solo percussion show for children, Rustle Up a Rhythm, and the Beanbag Proms, devised for babies and toddlers using a mini-orchestra of 12 players, to concerts with full symphony orchestra, Alasdair has introduced hundreds of thousands of people to music in his very individual way, and is renowned for his highly original programmes which he devises and presents with orchestras all over the world.
For further information about the performance, contact the library directly on 01623 651337 or email Christopher Jones - email@example.com.