Northampton Symphony Orchestra starts another season

November 8, 2018 by  

Northampton’s symphony orchestra is embarking on its 125th season.

The Northampton Symphony Orchestra (NSO) is launching its schedule with Copland’s Third Symphony. It would seem that the NSO wants to mark its 125th season with music of the inspirational variety. The Third Symphony is viewed by many cultural critics as one of the finest American contributions to post-war classical music. Events such as this often turn to poster printing to inform the community that they are taking place.

It has been announced that the venue for the occasion will be Northampton’s St Matthew’s Church. John Gibbons, the conductor, told the Northampton Chronicle:

“This is a very exciting year for the orchestra, as we celebrate 125 years of music-making in Northampton. Our first concert of the season is set to rise to the occasion with a dynamic and uplifting programme which should truly captivate the audience.”

Orchestral performer and soloist Yaroslava Trofymchuk will star on the big night. She has won many awards and competitions during the course of her career. In her time, she has graced the Royal Albert Hall, the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Royal Festival Hall.

Ticket prices have been advertised on the website of the orchestra. Adults will have to pay £14 to experience the event, although children and other groups can take advantage of more affordable deals. The event will begin at 7.30pm on November 10.