Nottingham Symphony Orchestra will return to action at the city’s Albert Hall when their latest concert takes place there on Saturday, May 18.
Entitled Wine, Women and Song, the concert is described as being a journey in music and song through various wine regions of Europe and North Africa.
The concert will be conducted by Derek Williams and will feature three soloists in the shape of Charlotte Baptie (soprano), Simon Theobald (baritone) and Dan Walton (trumpet).
The programme is packed with orchestral favourites and operatic excerpts, designed to cater for all tastes, and, as if all that wasn’t enough, there will be free wine tasting prior to the concert’s start (running from 6.15pm to 7.15pm).
Wine from the regions featured in the concert is coming courtesy of Weavers Wine Merchants of Nottingham.
The programme includes the Grand March from Aida, the Prelude to Act Three of Wagner’s opera Lohengrin, Rossini’s Largo Al Factotum from The Barber of Seville, plus pieces by Saint-Saens, Lehar, the Strauss family of Vienna, Bizet, Mozart and Offenbach.
The concert starts at 7.30pm and is in support of Save The Children.
For ticket details, contact 0115 9419419.