The Friday Rehearsal Orchestra will start the 2018 spring session on Friday 12 January. Rehearsals will be held each Friday in the Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall from 7.30 – 9.30 pm for ten weeks, with a break on Friday 2 February. Music to be played this term will include works by Schubert, Beethoven and Bernstein’s ‘West Side Story’. […]
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The Friday Rehearsal Orchestra is holding an Open Rehearsal and Party, with music including Delius ‘On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring’, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and excerpts from the ballet Coppélia by Délibes. The rehearsal and party are open to all, free of charge. Friday March 31st at 7.30 in the Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall.
During this time many players have experienced an enormous range of orchestral music without the stress of giving concerts. Many of them are relative beginners, others are seasoned players extending their orchestral repertoire. Expertise is shared in a relaxed and friendly but purposeful atmosphere. On Friday 18th March the orchestra will welcome members of the […]
If you enjoy making music, but don’t want the pressure of concerts, why not join the Kirkbymoorside Friday Rehearsal Orchestra? The Orchestra was founded in February 1990. The idea of a ‘rehearsal’ orchestra is that it has the pleasure of playing all sorts of orchestral music without obligation to give public concerts. This means it […]
Come along this Friday evening, at 7.30pm, to our open rehearsal and party for FREE at the Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall. We’ll be playing: Beethoven – Symphony No.2 in D Major Strauss – ‘Der Fledermaus’ Overture Danzi – Bassoon Concerto in F major Everyone welcome. New members are always welcome so if anyone is interested […]
The Kirkbymoorside Open Rehearsal Orchestra invites you to an open rehearsal and party at 7.30 on Friday December 18 in the Memorial Hall. The Orchestra will be playing Appalachian Spring by Copland, Music for the Royal Fireworks by Handel, Simple Symphony by Britten, and finishing with a suite of Christmas pieces. Admission is free. Next […]
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