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2006

Winter Wonderland

19:00 PM

The Kew Wind Orchestra returns to the Playhouse with a special concert of seasonal favourites. The band will be joined by a leading West End singer and dancers for this lively 'Winter Wonderland' concert. What better way to start Christmas week?

Venue: Hampton Hill Playhouse, 90 High Street, Hampton Hill, Middlesex, TW12 1NY

Tickets: £10, Concs. £9

More info: Hampton Hill Playhouse

Box Office: 07957307370

NCBF Heats

13:10 PM

KWO is looking forward to playing at the 'East Anglia and South East' regional National Concert Band Festival heats. The band is hoping to impress the judges with its performance of Frank Tichelli's jazzy 'Blue Shades' and Martin Ellerby's atmospheric work 'From Kitty Hawk to the Stars'. Next year's NCBF national finals will be held at The Sage, Gateshead, on Saturday 31st March and Sunday 1st April.

Venue: Colchester Institute Centre for Music & Performing Arts

Tickets: £

More info: NCBF

9th London New Wind Festival

19:00 PM

KWO will headline the 9th London New Wind Festival in central London. The orchestra will be performing an exciting programme of contemporary classical and new music - including Stephen McNeff's Wasteland Wind Music II, Frank Tichelli's Blue Shades, Martin Ellerby's From Kitty Hawk to the Stars and Malcolm Arnold's English Dances II. Improvisation trombonist Alan Tomlinson, Molten Brass, and the Adrian Northover Sax Quartet will also be performing.

Venue: Regents Hall - 275 Oxford St, W1C 2DJ

Tickets: £

International Berlin Wind Music Festival

00:00 AM

The orchestra will be jetting out to Germany to perform a challenging one-hour programme at the International Berlin Wind Music Festival.

Venue: Palais am Funkturm, Berlin

Tickets: £

More info: Event Tours

St James Park

15:00 PM

KWO will be performing in the stunning central London setting of St James's Park. The concert includes the world premiere of Sir Malcolm Arnold's 'Four Welsh Dances' in the new version for wind orchestra by Peter Parkes. This premiere performance is part of the celebrations for Sir Malcolm's 85th birthday year.

St James Park is steeped in historical, political and literary associations with magnificent views of Buckingham Palace, the Mall and Horseguards Parade. With a lake harbouring ducks, geese and pe

Venue: St James Park, Westminster

Tickets: £

More info: Royal Parks

American Connections

17:00 PM

"A captivating afternoon of music inspired by America, blues and jazz with two of the UK's top amateur wind ensembles."

KWO is delighted to confirm a debut concert with award-winning XBY Concert Band at this stunning central London concert venue. It is the first time that these two acclaimed amateur ensembles have performed side-by-side. The programme includes: Gershwin's Piano Concerto in F; Philip Sparke's Dance Movements and Sunrise at Angel's Gate; plus the London premiere of Michael Omer's Mulhollan

Venue: St John's, Smith Square, Westminster

Tickets: £10, U16s £5

More info: St John's Site

Box Office: 02072221061

Proms in the Park

16:00 PM

KWO will put on an entertaining 'Last night of the Proms' programme for this family-friendly concert. Bring a picnic and the national flag to celebrate the best of British. The programme includes rousing classics such as Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance as well as popular movie arrangements such as John Williams' Star Wars. The annual event, which is organised by the Cole Park Residents Association, also features games and entertainment for children.

Venue: Moormead Park, Twickenham

Tickets: £

NCBF Finals

16:30 PM

KWO to perform Phillip Sparke's challenging 'Dance Movements' at the BASBWE National Concert Band Festival finals.

Venue: Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow

Tickets: £

More info: NCBF

Movie Show

19:30 PM

The Kew Wind Orchestra and Kingston Youth Concert Band present a concert of music from the stage and screen including Star Wars, Miss Saigon, Disney, Schindler's List, Guys and Dolls and Austin Powers.

Venue: Kingston Parish Church (All Saints), Market Place, Kingston.

Tickets: £7, Concs. £4

More info: All Saints

Box Office: 01372842938

 
 
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