Ely Sinfonia’s spring concert will celebrate works of Edward Elgar

08:54 03 March 2014

Ely Sinfonia

Ely Sinfonia

Archant

Ely Sinfonia returns to Ely Cathedral next month for its annual springtime concert.

The group announced this week that it will perform a programme based on the works of English composing great Edward Elgar.

It takes place on March 29 and will feature the uplifting and melodic Enigma Variations, including Nimrod. Also on the programme is Elgar’s Sea Pictures.

The concert will feature mezzo-soprano Hannah Pedley alongside the orchestra. Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro will also be performed.

Tickets, priced from £10-£20, are available from the box office. Family tickets are also available.

Sitting in £15 seats, family tickets cost £25 for one adult and up to two children, or £45 for two adults and up to three children.

Sitting in £10 seats, family tickets are £20 for one adult and up to two children, or £35 for two adults and up to three children.

To purchase, call the box office on 01353 660349.

0 comments

Yesterday, 16:00
A view of the proposed cinema site

Developers have finally submitted plans for a new six-screen cinema and leisure village, to be located in Ely.

Yesterday, 15:24

A woman who falsely claimed a man had attacked and threatened to kill her has been handed a suspended prison sentence.

Yesterday, 09:07
Anthony Marsh

The East of England Ambulance Service will look to recruit a new chief executive in January, but insist the man currently in the £232,000-a-year post is going nowhere until they find a replacement.

Yesterday, 08:42
The rare and elusive bittern.

Numbers for one of East Cambridgeshire’s rarest birds have started to bounce back, according to wildlife experts.

Most read stories

E-edition