Sunday 25 February 2024 2:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Mozart Overture, The Magic Flute*
Elgar Cockaigne Overture**
Bernstein West Side Story Symphonic Dances #
Shostakovich Symphony No.10*
Sir Simon Rattle conductor*
Timothy Reynish MBE conductor**
Clark Rundell conductor #
Sir Simon Rattle returns to Liverpool to celebrate the youth orchestra’s past and present with a very special concert.
The current Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra unites with hundreds of past Merseyside Youth Orchestra and Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra members under the baton of previous conductors Clark Rundell, Timothy Reynish and the patron of the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra – and former Youth Orchestra member – Sir Simon Rattle, who opens the concert conducting the present youth orchestra members in Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute. Then masses of alumni members from the past 73 years of the youth orchestra will join on stage to play music by Elgar, Shostakovich and alongside some surprises! It will be a wonderful sight to see the stage packed and enjoy an afternoon of nostalgia and fun, all planned to raise funds for future LPYO activities and training.
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