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The London Military Band with Emily Dankworth present ‘A Christmas Fantasia’

December 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:20 pm

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The London Military Band is a stunning and unique wind ensemble consisting of off-duty professional serving military musicians and musicians trained at the Royal College of Music.

Allan Shellard, former musician from the Grenadier Guards, conducts the London Military Band in this spectacular traditional Christmas concert for all the family. A unique wind ensemble made up of off-duty professional serving military musicians will take to the stage in stunning reproductions of Grenadier costumes, to recreate the traditional military band experience of the past. They will be joined by Jazz vocalist Emily Dankworth.

In Emily’s career she has performed live at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, The Barbican Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Centre, (NYC), Boston Symphony Hall, The National Center for Performing Arts, (Beijing), The Elgar Room, Kings Place and has been featured on BBC Radio and BBC Television including The Paul O’Grady Show, BBC Radio 2, The One Show, BBC One ,The Choir, BBC Radio 3,  Ronnie Scotts’ Radio Show, JAZZ FM and Jamie Cullum’s Radio Show.

This spectacular Christmas programme includes:
O Holy Night – Adolphe Adam
Selections from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ – Stothart and Arlen
Sleigh Ride – Leroy Anderson
Mother Goose Suite – Ravel
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J. S. Bach
A Christmas Carol Fantasia – Traditional
The Skater’s Waltz – Waldteufel
Selections from ‘The Nutcracker Suite’ – Tchaikovsky
I’m Walking in the Air – Howard Blake
Bread of Heaven – John Hughes

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Details

Date:
December 18
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:20 pm
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Website:
https://www.allelectricproductions.co.uk/inproduction/london-military-band-a-christmas-fantasia

Venue

the deco main auditorium
Abington Square
Northampton, NN1 4AE United Kingdom
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Phone:
01604 491005
 
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