The HalléFriday 10 June 7:30pm Classical Music
Venue: Royal Concert Hall
Running time: 2 hours, estimated end time: 9.30pm
Age Guidance: 7+
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
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Have A Listen
Stephen Bell conductor
Jess Gillam saxophone
Copland Billy the Kid
Bernstein Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Adams A Short Ride in a Fast Machine
The brilliant young British saxophonist Jess Gillam takes centre stage in our Anglo-American season finale, beginning with Aaron Copland’s suite from his 1938 ballet, Billy the Kid, while John Williams’ Escapades, evokes a progressive jazz ambience. Jess switches to soprano sax for John Harle’s colourful and sonorous Briggflatts, inspired by Basil Bunting’s epic poem of 1966. Crossing the pond for the finale, Bernstein’s irresistible dances from West Side Story has an equally spectacular encore in John Adams’ adrenalin-pumping A Short Ride in a Fast Machine.
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Save 30% off full price tickets, excluding £9.50 and £11.50 seats. Please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 989 5555 to book.
Family and Friends Ticket
£64 for up to 4 people (maximum of 2 adults and £6 for each additional child), excluding £9.50 and £11.50 seats, includes a free programme. Please note: We welcome children aged 7+ to Nottingham Classics concerts. Family tickets not available online. Please contact the Box Office on 0115 989 5555 to book.
Go Card Holders
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Bargain Seats £9.50 available from 12pm on the day of the concert, subject to availability.
Free pre-concert talk, 6.20pm in the auditorium:
Neil Bennison, Music Programme Manager for the Royal Concert Hall, introduces the 2022-2023 season.