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  • Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society - Winter/Christmas concert

    Created: 23/11/2021

    When: 15:00, Sunday 12 December 2021
    Where: Kirkcaldy Old Kirk Trust and Cemetery, Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy , KY1 1EH
    This event is being organised by Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society

    Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society is running an exciting Winter/Christmas concert at 15:00 on Sunday 12 December. 

    Taking place at Kirkcaldy’s Old Kirk, the multi-performance event includes performances from the groups' sole performers, the Langtoun Singers and Sandra Taylor, Narra-tor. It will further feature a veritable winter wonderland of Sleigh Rides from Leroy Anderson, Frederic Delius, Albert Matt and even Wolfgang Amadeus Mo-zart.

    Other music includes the overture on French Carols by Philip Lane, two movements from Victor Hely-Hutchinson's Carol Symphony, Leroy Anderson’s Christmas Festival and a new work for the orchestra by composer member John Gourlay, a fugue based on We Wish You a Merry Christmas.

    Tickets are now on sale via Orchestra members or by phoning 07770 332 812. This year, all tickets require to be pre-paid and will not be on sale at the door.


    Phone: 07770 332 812

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