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Concerts

On this page, you will find details about forthcoming concerts put on by Wymondham Symphony Orchestra. We generally do three concerts a year, mostly in South Norfolk or Norwich. For each venue, we have included a link to a map showing its location - we hope you find that useful.

2022/23 Season

Tickets:

Tickets for the Summer Concert are now available. Prices are as follows:
Adults - £15
Friends of WSO - £13
Under 18 - Free


Tickets are now available online for our Summer concert on 9 July. There is no booking fee and those under 18 continue to be free with a reduction for Friends of the Orchestra.

Our online ticketing system is very simple to use and enables us to keep prices as low as possible. We have records of all transactions to ensure all goes smoothly.

While tickets will be available on the door demand is likely to be high and we would strongly advise booking online in advance at the following link:

Summer concert - https://www.trybooking.co.uk/BPGU

Please note the earlier start time of 7pm, which should enable you to get the pick of the parking spaces in Norwich!

 

Saturday 9 July 2022
St. Peter Mancroft Church, Hay Hill, Norwich. NR2 1QQ
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A Festival of Brahms

  • Tragic Overture - Brahms
  • Double Concerto for Violin and Cello (soloists, Juan Gonzalez and Ben Rogerson) - Brahms
  • Symphony No. 2 in D - Brahms

Our summer concert this year will be in the wonderful church of St Peter Mancroft in the centre of Norwich. We plan to fill the amazing acoustic there with the lush sounds of Brahms on the 125th anniversary of his death.

We open with the Tragic Overture - the much darker companion piece to the popular Academic Festival Overture. This is followed by the rarely performed Double Concerto for Violin and Cello with soloists Juan Gonzalez on violin and Ben Rogerson on cello. It's said that this piece requires two brilliant and equally matched soloists and we are sure you will marvel at their playing.

The majestic Symphony No. 2 in D forms the second half of the programme. These are all wonderful works full of rich romantic themes and it was hardly surprising that Brahms was hailed as Beethoven's true heir.

  • Start time:- 19:00
  • Ticket prices:- £15 (£13 Friends of the WSO), and children are free (under 18)

 

Buy tickets online: https://www.trybooking.co.uk/BPGU


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