This Saturday (12th March) the Cornbow Hall will play host to Halesowen Orchestra’s Spring Concert. The classical treat will feature Brahms Tragic Overture, Tchaikovsky Romeo & Juliet and Brahms Symphony No 2.
The orchestra is led by Thomas Jarvis, 23, a talented conductor who earned a Masters in Composition with American composer Dr Kevin Malone. He has also conducted in venues such as Sheffield City Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, RNCM Opera Theatre and the Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall.
Event: Halesowen Orchestra’s Spring Concert
Venue: Cornbow Hall (please see map below)
About the Halesowen Orchestra
The Halesowen Orchestra, which was founded in 1986, is an amateur group of musicians from Halesowen and the west of Birmingham. The 40 strong musical group meets weekly to practice a wide and varied repertoire including works by Beethoven, Bizet, Brahms, Dvorak, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Mahler, Mozart, Nielsen, Schubert, and Ravel. The group then hosts three concerts per year and was once described as “one of Halesowen’s hidden jewels” by James Morris MP.
Tickets for the Spring Concert will be charged at Adults £10, F/T Students £5 and Children under 12 £FREE and can be purchased on the door. Alternatively to buy tickets in advance please call 0121 550 0956.
Or for more information about joining the Halesowen Orchestra or for future concerts, please visit their website – www.halesowenorchestra.co.uk