Our annual family concert is always very popular. This year the theme is toys and the programme will include Leopold Mozartís Toy Symphony and a excerpts from The Nutcracker. David Leonard will join us for the afternoon to narrate the story of The Magic Box with orchestra accompaniment, and there will be a small sweet treat for the children as they leave at the end.
The concert will last 75 mins and is a great opportunity for children and their families to hear a live symphony orchestra. Tickets £8.50 or group reductions from the Stag box office: 01732 450175. Book early to avoid disappointment!
An afternoon concert of English music, opening with the English Folk Song Suite by Vaughan Williams followed by an intermezzo by Delius and the much-loved Cello Concerto by Elgar.
For the second half of our concert, we are excited to perform Walton's Symphony no.1, a piece written while the composer was ending one love affair and starting another, as a result of this the music seems full of passion and a range of emotions.
This concert at the Stag theatre is part of our season ticket scheme.
This is a light, one-hour concert of easy listening classical music. On arrival you will receive a complimentary glass of wine, and Darrell Davison will introduce each piece, putting it into context and bringing it to life.
The programme includes Dance of the Blessed Spirits by Gluck, and Straussí Blue Danube Waltzes, and finishes with the last movement of Beethovenís 5th Symphony.
Itís a delightful evening out and tickets are just £10, available from the Stag box office: 01732 450175.
A concert featuring composers from many countries. We start with Copland's Four Dances from Rodeo, a Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone and orchestra by Debussy, the well-known Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber. The final piece is Prokofiev's Symphony no. 5.
This concert at the Stag Theatre is part of our season ticket scheme.
Join us before the music for a free glass of fizz, to help celebrate the 75th anniversary of our first concert which featured Beethovenís third piano concerto.
We start with Schumann's Manfred Overture, then Beethoven's Piano Concerto no. 3.
For the second half of the concert, we perform Sibelius Symphony no. 2.
This concert at the Pamoja Hall in Sevenoaks School is part of our season ticket scheme.
A joint concert at the Stag Theatre with Sevenoaks Philharmonic Choir and soloists, in Verdiís choral masterpiece, conducted by Robyn Sevastos