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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

Francesco DOrazio.JPG foto Carlo CofanoSunday 14 January 2018

4pm

 

 

Rarely performed in England, our four seasons with a ‘twist’ concert is set to be one of the most exciting performances of the year.

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is one of the best loved and most performed works in the classical repertoire. Add the fiery tango rythms of Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and you have a truly intoxicating mix of music.

Francesco D’orazio is an internally renowned violinist with performances across Europe, North and South America, Mexico, Australia, China and Japan. Francesco will perform throughout the concert, which is played without interval, in another unusual turn in classical concert performance.

 

 

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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

SStephen Hough - 4 credit Sim Canetty-Clarkeunday 11 March 2018

3pm

 

 

Milton Keynes City Orchestra is honoured to welcome Stephen Hough to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.1 as a centrepiece to this concert.

 Stephen is considered a renaissance man of his time. Over the course of his career he has secured a reputation as a uniquely insightful concert pianist, writer and composer. Stephen has earned a multitude of prestigious awards and a long standing international following.

 

Book early to ensure you experience this magnificent performance.

 

 

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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

IMG 6954Friday 20 April 2017

7.30pm

 

 

An eclectic mix of international composers from Russia, Poland and Germany provide a rich   palette of colour for this concert.

Italian born Gabriele Baldocci will play the Chopin Concerto. He is a concert pianist and professor of piano at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of music in London.

Gabriele, who now lives in Milton Keynes, is also an official ambassador, performer and professor of the Martha Argerich Presents Project and he frequently plays in various chamber music formations with eminent artists.

 

 

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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

damian replaceFriday 15 June 2018

7.30pm

 

 

It is rare to find to two symphonies in the same programme ,so, for Mozart to open and Haydn to close is a real treat.

The concert surprise will be the soloist and their music. MKCO, though their partnership with Yamaha, will showcase the talent of the winner of the 2018 Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe scholarship. This year’s competition is for wind and brass players and the concerto will be announced once the winner has been chosen in February 2018.

 

 

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