Derby Concert Orchestra will conclude their 2014-2015 season with a performance at St Mary’s Church in Wirksworth on Saturday, July 11, from 7.30pm.
To conclude a busy and successful season of five concerts, the orchestra will be playing three diverse works, to be conducted by Jonathan Trout.
The concert will feature performances of two of Dvorak’s most popular Slavonic Dances, the collection of pieces that helped bring him to wider and very appreciative audence beyond his native Bohemia.
They will also play Martinu’s tuneful and light Symphony no.4, written by the Czech composer while living in America during the final months of the Second World War.
The second half of the concert will be given over to Brahms’s Symphony no.1.
Tickets are £12 (£10 concessions). Under 16s get in free with an accompanying adult.
They are available from Paynes the Chemist in Wirksworth, orchestra members, on the door or they can be reserved via www.derbyconcertorchestra.co.uk