The Collaborative Orchestra is celebrating its first anniversary with a captivating evening of Classical music in Richmond, London . Come and find out what the fuss is about at St Matthias Church, Richmond, Saturday 6th April @ 7.30 p.m.
Online PR News – 30-March-2013 – London – The Collaborative Orchestra celebrates its first anniversary with an evening of music that promises to be unforgettable. In the beautiful setting of St Matthias Church, Richmond, this superbly talented group of musicians led once again by the indomitable flair of Andrew Farid will tear through an action packed programme of Bizet’s ‘Carmen’; Sibelius ‘Valse Triste’; Dvorak ‘Slavonic Dances’; Bach ‘Air on a G String’; and the mighty Beethoven Symphony No.5.
The concert kicks off at 7.30 p.m. sharp 6th April
St Matthias Church
Church Road ,
There will be an interval and refreshments available and the Orchestra invites you to join us for a drink after the concert.
How to book
Tickets on sale now, there is limited supply so do book now to avoid disappointment.
Tickets available on the website:
The venue is a 10 to 15 minute walk from Richmond railway station.
About the conductor
Andrew Farid is making strides in his ambitions to establish the first new professional orchestra to London for over thirty years. His passion and commitment to developing new music, providing more musicians with a platform to play, and releasing and making classical music approachable to all drives his ambition. Andrew’s studied composition at Tehran Conservatoire, Iran , he also holds a Pre-Masters in art from Cambridge , a conducting diploma from the London Summer Master Classes held at Royal Academy and a Masters in composing for film and media at the University of Hertfordshire.
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