Celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Durham University Palatinate Orchestra at Durham Cathedral on March 11
In an inspiring programme, DUPO will perform Dvořák’s New World Symphony as a celebration of their 15th anniversary.
Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 is a much-loved staple of symphonic repertoire, bursting with drama and weaving Czech and American spiritual influences through its symphonic canvas.
Also featured on the programme are Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A Minor, performed by soloist Ernest Newland, and Clyne’s Masquerade, a concert overture commissioned for the BBC Proms in 2013.
Founded in 2008, Durham University Palatinate Orchestra is one of Durham University Students Music’s leading orchestral societies, performing a wide range of challenging and diverse repertoire throughout the academic year.
The society prides itself on its high-quality music making whilst retaining an inclusive and social atmosphere, and is also heavily involved in outreach projects.
Venue: Durham Cathedral
Date: March 11 2023
Time: 7.30pm (Doors open 6.45pm)
Price: Adults £20 (+£1.50 booking fee) Concession and Students £13 (+£1.50 booking fee)
Tickets are available through the Durham Cathedral ticket office.