If the festive season leaves you feeling flat why not cheer yourself and your friends and family with a ticket to the Cambridge Philharmonic’s family concert in January - a magical mix of musical favourites guaranteed to beat the January blues.
Taking place on Sunday 19th January, the concert - always one of the most popular in The Phil’s season - will see the famed orchestra perform a wide selection of fun and famous scores including music from The Muppets, Hall of the Mountain King, Swan Lake and Hook.
Children of all ages will be entranced as Tom Redmond, who presents concerts for the Hallé Orchestra and BBC Radio 3, takes the audience through a musical journey that is out of this world. The audience will be able to join in, sing along and help the orchestra choose where to go next in the search for the conductor’s missing baton!
Timothy Redmond, conductor and music director at Cambridge Philharmonic, said: “Family concerts are always enormous fun and this one will be no exception. We love the reactions from our young audiences and there is something very special about children’s natural enthusiasm as they sing, shout, clap and laugh along with us. This year’s concert features lots of well-loved music and we’re looking forward to having lots of fun”.
Tickets: £10 available online at http://www.cam-phil.org.uk/programme.html or from the Cambridge Corn Exchange Box Office on 01223-357851.