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Sinfonia Viva New Year's Eve Gala

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Waldteufel                         España Waltz
Rodrigo                              Guitar Concerto
Tchaikovsky                      Dance Espagnole from Swan Lake
de Falla                               Ritual Fire Dance
Ravel                                   Piano Concerto in G – 1st Movement
Strauss                                Gypsy Baron Overture
Webber & Rice                   High Flying Adored from Evita
Lerner & Loewe                 The Rain in Spain from My Fair Lady
Herp Albert                       Spanish Flea
Mitch Leigh                       The Impossible Dream from the Man of La Mancha
Mercury                              Barcelona
Strauss II                            Spanish March

Put the glamour and flare back into New Year’s Eve with this gala performance La Fiesta!

Featuring timeless classics for a lavishly Spanish New Year, Including classic pieces from Tchaikovsky such as the Dance Espagnole from Swan Lake, stirring renditions of Strauss’ Spanish March, Rodrigo’s instantly recognisable Guitar Concerto and popular show tunes The Rain in Spain from My Fair Lady, The Impossible Dream from The Man of La Mancha, High Flying Adored from Evita and Freddie Mercury’s epic Barcelona.

Led by Conductor Nicholas Kok, the Orchestra will also be joined by will be joined by BBC Young Musician of the Year Keyboard finalist Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, alongside Michael McIntyre’s Big Show star Andy Quinn, soprano Gabriella Cassidy  and RPS Awards 2018 winning guitarist Sean Shibe.

With the popular 6pm start and 8.15pm finish, you’ll have plenty of time to get home afterwards to reminisce… or to continue your celebrations in town as you prefer!

A mainstay for over 20 years, this concert is a Royal Concert Hall classic, moving, magnificent and full of New Year glamour. So why not bask in the opulence of this celebrated event and discover why it remains so hugely popular.

Sinfonia Viva is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Running time: 6 - 8.15pm (including 20 minute interval)

Important Information

All £32 seats include programme voucher to be exchanged on the night.

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