£10 – £15

Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra Charity Concert

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YMCA Club

112 Great Russell Street

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WC1B 3NQ

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Hear the Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra perform live for the first time at the YMCA Club in aid of our Positive Health Programme.

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The YMCA Club's Positive Health Programme has been helping people living with HIV, keep fit, since 1997 and has been accessed by over 15,000 people. Following a GP referral and initial fitness assessment, participants follow a bespoke twelve-week exercise plan with guidance and support from our trained Fitness Instructors. 91% of participants feel better about themselves after completing the programme. Money raised from the concert will go towards training more staff and volunteers to support even more people living with HIV.

For a great cause, come and hear the Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra perform live in the Main Sports Hall. The two hour mesmerising programme will be conducted by award winning Conductor Johann Von Stuckenbruck. Joining him on the night will be Philip Cobb, the international star solo trumpeter, who is the principal trumpet of the London Symphony Orchestra.

The programme:

Poulenc Sinfonietta (1947)

Haydn Trumpet Concerto in Eb Major

Tanzchen im alten Stil by Korngold (Dances in the antique style)

Haydn Symphony No 100 in G Major (the Military)

Leader (Violin): Mary Brace and Solo Trumpet: Phil Cobb. Joining them will be our very own Central YMCA Chair of the Board, Mark Andrews, who’s been playing French horn for the Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra for a number of years.

Doors open from 6.30pm

The bar will be open before and after the concert, plus during the interval. Bar closes at 10pm.

Tickets are £15 for non-members, £12 for members and £10 for staff.

Each ticket includes a glass of Prosecco!

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