Hull Culture & Leisure and Hull City Council are delighted to announce the continuation of a significant partnership for a further five years with an international orchestra – the Royal Philharmonic – securing their presence in the city until 2024.
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On Wednesday 22 November, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra announces Scunthorpe as one of its 7 Principal Residencies, alongside Cambridge, Crawley, Hull, Lowestoft, Northampton and Reading. Building upon 6 years of music-making at The Baths Hall, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is using this occasion to officially launch its 2018 Season and to demonstrate its ongoing commitment to the Scunthorpe community.
Thirty young musicians from North Lincolnshire played to a worldwide audience when they took a curtain call with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The students from the North Lincolnshire Music Support Service Centre, based at Frederick Gough School in Bottesford, were left starry-eyed after making their debut at the BBC Proms before more than 4,000 fans on Sunday (July 23).
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“Ten Pieces presents Sir Henry’s Magnificent Musical Inspirations” declared the programme of this children’s Prom. The reference was to the BBC’s classical music education programme “Ten Pieces”, which has so far reached four million people. That’s a great result, but to name something called “Ten Pieces” as “presenter” of a Prom containing 14 pieces seemed very odd. Sometimes, the BBC’s obsession with branding gets out of hand.