“Stage and Screen” is the title of the Warminster Philharmonic Orchestra’s summer concert in the new purpose-built Thomas Arnold Hall at Warminster School.
From 7.30pm on July 13, the audience can waltz their way through Sleeping Beauty, slumber under the stars and over the rainbow with Luke Willmore’s Love2Sing choir, click their castanets to Carmen and complete the Mission Impossible while being An American in Paris care of Gershwin!
Amanda Williams, founder and conductor of the orchestra said they particularly want to reach non-classical concert goers and young people.
“Classical music can seem daunting and too serious for some, as Warminster’s community orchestra for local people, we aim to make music approachable and enjoyable to all,” she said.
“We continually welcome musicians of all ages and skill to come and have a go in an informal, social atmosphere.”
This is the orchestra’s 29th concert since the group’s formation in 2004, boasting a sum of over £30,000 donated to local charities. This concert raises funds for Dorothy House Hospice.
Tickets: 01985 216376 and leaving a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org £8 in advance, £10 on the door.
If you cannot easily leave your home, the orchestra offers a free ticket to anyone who is accompanying a client in a caring capacity, including nursing homes.