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The Multi-Story Orchestra Bringing Music To The People Of Beverley
Andrew Liddle, Features Writer
Classically Yours, a programme devised to take music to the people in the East Riding, continues in September after a successful application to the Arts Council, England secured funding for the next couple of years.

The Multi-Story Orchestra will be performing at Flemingate Shopping Centre, Beverley, with a programme to delight and engage the whole family. Under the baton of Christopher Stark, they will play Schumann’s great Symphony No 2.

Christopher co-founded the Multi-Story Orchestra in 2011, and these musicians of the highest quality specialise in taking music to the people, performing in unexpected settings, car parks, for example, and in schools and at festivals.

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Winners of the 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Award, the Orchestra has been celebrated as one of the most exciting ensembles to emerge in recent years. Their first performance was The Rite of Spring, in 2011, and their repertoire since has included symphonies of Beethoven, Brahms and Sibelius. In addition to unusual venues, the Orchestra has played at the Aldeburgh and Brighton festivals. In 2016, they made their BBC Proms debut with a programme of works by Steve Reich.

The evening in Beverley starts off with the audience invited to meet and greet the members of this great 60-piece orchestra, and mingle with them in the car-park, before the commencement of Schumann’s sublime piece of work.

Tickets for this unique performance, on 8 September, at 5 pm, cost £6 for adults and £5 for children and are available from Beverley Library, The Spa Box Office (01262 678258) or Bridspa.com

The Multi-Story Orchestra Bringing Music To The People Of Beverley, 2nd August 2018, 19:12 PM