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Docklands Sinfonia | 2019/20 Concert Season

 

e14 orchestra | St Anne's, Limehouse

Friday 29th November 2019, 7:30pm

Conductor: Spencer Down

  • Danse Macabre - Saint-Saëns
  • Pavane  - Fauré
  • Peer Gynt Suite No 1 - Grieg
  • Symphony No 8 - Dvořák

Docklands Sinfonia's e14 orchestra kicks off its 2019/20 concert season at St Anne's Limehouse with an evening of classical favourites - from Saint-Saëns' exciting Danse Macabre through to Grieg's infamous Peer Gynt suite. The evening will finish with Dvořák's stunning Symphony No 8.

Tickets - costing from £5 for children, £12.10 concessions and £15.40  for adults, are available from the Docklands Sinfonia box office. Or tickets can be purchased on the door for £18.

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e14 orchestra | St Anne's Limehouse

Friday 20th March 2020, 7:30pm

Conductors - Spencer Down & Hannah Brine

Guest artists: Victoria Park Singers

  •  Requiem - Fauré
  •  Symphony No.1 - Sibelius

The Victoria Park Singers choir is joining Docklands Sinfonia e14 for this concert - which features local orchestra and choral talent from East London performing in the heart of Limehouse. 

Tickets, costing from £5 for children, £12.10 for concessions and £15.40 for adults, are available, from the Docklands Sinfonia box office. Or tickets can be purchased on the door for £18.

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Docklands Sinfonia | The Phoenix Hall, Fairfield Halls

Saturday 28th March 2020, 7:30pm

Conductor: Daivd Gibson

  • Carmina Burana - Carl Orff 
  • Rhapsody in Blue  - Gershwin

Docklands Sinfonia's professional orchestra will be joining forces with the Croydon Philharmonic Choir & Basingstoke Choral Society for a spectacular evening of crowd favourites at the newly-renovated Fairfield Halls in Croydon. Tickets will be available through the Fairfield Halls' box office (details coming soon).

 

e14 orchestra ¦ St Anne's Limehouse

Friday 3rd July 2020, 7:30pm

Conductor: Spencer Down

Guest artist: Louise Clare Marshall 

Singer Louise Marshall headlines this evening's 'Cabaret' themed concert, which will feature show tunes and West End numbers throughout the ages.  Louise has worked with some of the world's leading artists including Beverley Knight, David Gilmour, Michael Ball, Marti Pellow, Chris Difford, Robbie Williams, Bryan Ferry, Ronnie Wood, Van Morrison, Eric Stewart, Madeline Bell, Sheila Ferguson, Sam Brown, Russell Watson, Steve Winwood, Paul Young, Don Blackman, Solomon Burke, Karl Jenkins and John Rutter, to name but a few.

Whether performing on tour with BBC’s Jools Holland or Roxy Music, playing piano, performing with The BBC Big Band singing Ella Fitzgerald or Aretha Franklin’s American Songbook, Louise’s sonic skills span across genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B, Electronic, Classical or Gospel music. 

Tickets, costing from £5 for children, £12.10 for concessions  and £15.40 for adults, are available, from the Docklands Sinfonia box office. Or tickets can be purchased on the door for £18.

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