Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra to perform charity Christmas concert in aid of Children’s Bereavement Centre at Newark Town Hall
An evening of seasonal songs to put a spring in your step this Christmas.
Tomorrow, (December 2), Newark Town Hall’s ballroom will play host to the Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra, led by conductor Keiron Anderson.
The Christmas concert — in aid of the Children’s Bereavement Centre — will be an evening filled with music guaranteed to get you in the mood for Christmas.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start, with the concert expected to last approximately two hours.
The Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra is a collective of talented and versatile musicians, considered to be one of the leading orchestras in the UK.
Their aim is to perform music to the highest standard, while entertaining audiences and raising funds for local charities and organisations.
Rachel Wilson, fundraising manager for the Children’s Bereavement Centre, said: “This is the third Christmas concert the Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra have played in Newark to support us and we are thrilled to invite them back to Newark again this year.
“Audience members who are unsure what to expect on their first visit will come away knowing they have just experienced a magical evening of great music with tunes they will recognise and be able to tap along to.
“Set in the beautiful surroundings of the Town Hall it’s an evening guaranteed to get everyone in the festive spirit.
“We still have tickets available, and it would be lovely to fill the town hall and welcome in December together.
“Not only can I promise an evening of amazing music, but you will be helping to support local children and young people at what can be a very difficult time of year for bereaved families.”
Tickets are available to buy online through the Children’s Bereavement Centre website and are priced at £14 per adult or £7 per child.
Subject to availability tickets will also be available on the door.