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A Summer Gala: in aid of Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity


Witness this handpicked orchestra of excellent musicians from the West Midlands and beyond, come together to play a dazzling programme composed by English and Finnish nationals, all in aid of the Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity's ‘Critical Journeys’ Appeal. The concert begins in a blaze of summery bliss and rhythmical boldness from the Foulds – April: England, op. 48, no. 1, met with the broad, sweet and nostalgic melodies given from William Walton's Violin Concerto – with Royal Academy of Music Violin alumni Charlotte Moseley . Culminating in sublime orchestral texture from Sibelius' 1st Symphony, which opens with the famous wistful Clarinet solo.

Conductor: Jack Lovell

Soloist: Charlotte Moseley

Leader: James Hamilton

Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity is located in the heart of Birmingham, for 150 years this hospital has offered the very best specialist care for sick children, while also ensuring every patient has and is getting the childhood they deserve.

The charity is currently in the process of raising funds for their ‘Critical Journeys Appeal’. This appeal will see four newly modified Critical Care Ambulances go into action with the latest technology, making them highly specialist intensive care services on the go, allowing teams to respond to any neonatal or paediatric emergencies.

All proceeds from the Gala night will be going to the cause.

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Saturday 14 7.00PMJuly


St. Augustine's Church

Lyttelton Road

B16 9JN Birmingham GB

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