Bath Philharmonia Perform in Bath Abbey

Bath Philharmonia has only been running for ten years, but the orchestra has already received national recognition and critical acclaim for its talent, technique and innovative approach to performance, whether playing contemporary pieces or classical masterworks.

If you’re enjoying Bath spa breaks with us on Thursday 27th October, you’ll have the chance to catch the orchestra performing in its home city. The magnificent Bath Abbey will host the ‘Conjure…’ concert, the programme of which is suitably dark for a performance taking place so close to Halloween, including Saint Saens’ ‘Danse Macabre’, Dukas’ ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ and two pieces from Berlioz’s ‘The Damnation of Faust’.

The evening begins at 7.30pm, and the orchestra is led by Jason Thornton. Tickets are available now from the Bath Box Office website and are priced between £5 and £28. This is an excellent opportunity to see one of the country’s foremost orchestras playing in a fantastic setting.

By Bath news on October 18, 2011
Categories: Bath News