This coming Sunday, December 4 at 3pm, the Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra celebrates the music of Vienna with a concert featuring the music of Mozart, Richard and Johann Strauss and Franz Lehar, and the talented Rebecca Bottone as soprano…
The Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra (RTWSO) performs its next concert this coming Sunday (December 4) at 3pm. Feeling it was a little premature to be festive, the orchestra says it decided to create a programme from the most musical of all cities, Vienna.
“Beyond the traditional waltzes and polkas most often associated with Vienna, we will perform music by composers from Mozart to Richard Strauss, via the ever-popular operettas of Johann Strauss II and Franz Lehár,” RTWSO Chair Frances Armstrong tells us.
“We are excited to be joined for this concert by the brilliantly versatile soprano Rebecca Bottone, who will share with us her affinity with the music of Vienna. Rebecca has worked with many of the world’s leading orchestras and conductors, and she has performed in countless opera houses world-wide.”
So if you can’t make it to Vienna for the famous New Year’s Concert, then why not join the RTWSO instead at the Assembly Hall Theatre on December 4 for a couple of hours of glittering Viennese delight?
More details about the orchestra and the concert can be found at: rtwso.org
Tickets from £22; students and under-18s, £5. They are available directly from the theatre box office at: assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk/whats-on