Bangor University Symphony OrchestraBangor, Snowdonia
Join Bangor University Symphony Orchestra for a concert of tuneful and evocative music, including the magical symphonic poem Porthor by Welsh composer Mared Emlyn, inspired by the famous beach on the Llŷn Peninsula with its ‘whistling’ sands.
Leading flautist Richard Craig performs Reinecke’s melodious Flute Concerto, and the orchestra is joined by pianist Gary O’Shea
and the University Chorus for Beethoven’s unique Choral Fantasy. The concert concludes with Brahms’s magisterial First Symphony, performed in the critical edition of Bangor University’s former Head of Music, Robert Pascall (1944-2018).
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