Enjoy an Evening of Music and Love with Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra

Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra
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Explore the connection of music and love as Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra presents Festival Gala– Romance of the Movies.

Get ready for an evening filled with beautiful orchestra music, talented local vocalists, and graceful ballerinas at the Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra’s Festival Gala– Romance of the Movies. This one night festival is happening on 27 April 2019 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ipswich Civic Centre.

Festival Gala- Romance of the Movies
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Under the baton of maestro Patrick Burns, the lovely musicians of the Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra will take its audience into a one-of-a-kind musical experience as they relive the grandeur of the music from our most loved romantic movies. Included amongst the selection are Dances with Wolves, Romeo and Juliet, Cinema Paradiso, The Warsaw Concerto from Dangerous Moonlight, and Lawrence of Arabia.

Apart from the ensemble of musicians, this festival will also showcase talented singers, namely Tim McCullum, Hannah Dahlenburg, Troy Castle, and Francis Atkins. Also, ballerinas from the Shayne McCormack Ballet School will be present at the festival to grace the stage with some of their repertoires.

Given the amount of talented artists preforming in one evening, the Festival Gala– Romance of the Movies is definitely something you would not want to miss! And not to mention, this performance festival is dedicated to Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra’s late Founder and Director, Gemma D’Aubonnett.

Ticket Prices

Adult$65
Concession$60
Group (6 and above)$55

Click here to book your tickets for Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra’s Festival Gala– Romance of the Movies

About Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra

Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra
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Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra (ICSO) is a regional and professional orchestra that was established in 2004 under the baton of the late Derek Taylor MBE. Each year they perform a Prom Concert in April for the Ipswich Festival, a Gala in October, and a closing performance at the Mayor’s Carols in December.

They also offer a novice training programme for those who are interested to enter the ensemble professionally.

To know more about Ipswich City Symphony Orchestra and their upcoming performance, you may visit their official website and Facebook page.