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Northern Chamber Orchestra with Nicholas Ward, violin - 5 December

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The Heritage Centre

Roe Street

Macclesfield

SK11 6UT

United Kingdom

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Mozart - Divertimento in B flat K137 Borodin - Nocturne Haydn - Violin concerto in G Mendelssohn - String symphony no 12 in G minor

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Please note that if you have already booked your tickets through the NCO, you do not need to book again.

Northern Chamber Orchestra with Nicholas Ward (violin)

Mozart Divertimento in B flat K137 | Borodin Nocturne | Haydn Violin concerto in G (with Nicholas Ward, violin) | Mendelssohn String symphony no 12 in G minor

Due to social distancing guidelines, this concert is being sold as unreserved seating; we will allocate you a seat after your purchase that will allow for enough space around you. If you have specific access needs, please forward your confirmation email to siobhan@ncorch.co.uk with the access information after purchase.

There is also the option to purchase a 'ticket' for the online stream - this will be available to watch from the following day for a week and the link will be sent directly to you.

Please note that this concert will only go ahead if the lockdown is lifted on 2 December. If the concert is cancelled, ticket holders will be entitled to a refund. 

Please note that the Heritage Centre car park is chargeable before 6pm.

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Nicholas Ward was born in Manchester in 1952, the son of parents who met when they became members of the Hallé Orchestra. In consequence, music was an important part of his life from a very early age. After several attempts at learning the piano had proved futile, Nicholas started having violin lessons at the age of eight and when he was twelve he formed his own string quartet, which remained together for five years until he entered the Royal Northern College of Music.

Having studied with Yossi Zivoni in Manchester and André Gertler in Brussels, he moved to London in 1977, where he joined the Melos Ensemble and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. After five years with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, there were two years playing mainly with the London Mozart Players and the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Between 1984 and 2010, Nicholas was a member and then latterly leader of the City of London Sinfonia. Nicholas has been Artistic Director of the Northern Chamber Orchestra for 30 years.

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Location

The Heritage Centre

Roe Street

Macclesfield

SK11 6UT

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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