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The Kings Chamber Orchestra Teddy Bear’s Concert

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The Middle Brook Centre

Middle Brook Street

Winchester

SO23 8DQ

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Internationally renowned cellist Gerard Le Feuvre and The Kings Chamber Orchestra return with a fabulous team of London based professional musicians to enthrall, entertain and move audiences across home counties. Notoriously hilarious, surprising and out of the box, KCO partners with churches to bring to their communities music, fun, surprises and a great live music experience.

The Kings Chamber Orchestra Teddy Bear’s Concert
“Let it Shine”

Fun Interactive family Teddy Concert. Brilliant Music originally presented by Gerard Le Feuvre and the Orchestra. Bring a torch and a teddy and expect the unexpected amid classic highlights from Bach to the Beatles. Suitable for all ages and especially young families.

“Dear Mr Le Feuvre, if physicians began prescribing your music in lieu of medication, there would soon be a great many healthcare professionals out of work.”
“the evening was a wonderful combination of beautiful music, awesome musicianship and joyful atmosphere”.
“one of the most uplifting orchestral concerts that I can ever remember”
“We loved the King’s Chamber Orchestra and the waves of music that washed over us as they walked around the church while playing their instruments – quite incredible.”

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And also…

The Kings Chamber Orchestra Evening Concert
“A Light in the Darkness”
Saturday 25th November @7.30pm

Using light and darkness KCO bring their shiny music to delight audiences with romance wonder and hope as the winter draws on. Tchaikovsky Grieg and Haydn amid more surprising and sweet music from the big screen.

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Winchester

SO23 8DQ

United Kingdom

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