Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra will return to concert action with a performance at Southwell Minster on Saturday, June 23.
Conducted by Mark Heron, the final concert of the 2017/18 season starts at 7.30pm. The orchestra will be marking 100 years since the death of Claude Debussy by playing two works from the great French composer: La Mer and Colin Matthews’s arrangement of some of Debussy’s piano preludes.
The concert also features works by two German greats: Richard Strauss’s Death And Transfiguration plus Richard Wagner’s Prelude And Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde.
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