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School orchestra gets set to play proms – Harrogate Advertiser
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Schoolorchestragets set to play proms
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The Nidderdale CommunityOrchestrawas formed over four years ago, initially playing over a weekend under the baton of Bryan Western, the conductor of the Harrogate SymphonyOrchestraand since then it has grown in size and range of players.

Barry Farrimond :How Technology Is Enabling Disabled Musicians to Play in an Orchestra Using Their Eyes – Huffington Post UK
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Barry Farrimond :How Technology Is Enabling Disabled Musicians to Play in anOrchestraUsing Their Eyes
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And so, on a dull and overcast March morning, I contacted about 50 different schools, all situated in the South-West of England, to ask if they had a schoolorchestra. Just over 50% of the mainstream secondary schools I spoke to told me that they had

Orchestra ends another successful season on high note – Belfast Telegraph
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Orchestraends another successful season on high note
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People were plugged into the performance in more ways than one because theorchestra'smanagement thoughtfully provided earplugs for those who might have found it difficult to bear the loud noise of bells in the final movement. The bells, situated on

Hatsune Miku Is Getting Her Very First Full Orchestra Concert On August 26, 2016 – Siliconera
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Hatsune Miku Is Getting Her Very First FullOrchestraConcert On August 26, 2016
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Miku will sing during the concert while the Tokyo PhilharmonicOrchestraperforms to accompany her. Tickets cost 8,000 yen for A-seats, 9,000 yen for S-seats, and 14,800 yen for the Special Seats that include limited edition goods and a pamphlet. They
“Hatsune Miku Symphony” Hits Tokyo in August of 2016Crunchyroll News

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BBC Concert Orchestra/Yates review – a potpourri of premieres and folk tunes – The Guardian
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BBC ConcertOrchestra/Yates review – a potpourri of premieres and folk tunes
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The Fat Knight was intended as a suite oforchestralextracts from his opera Sir John in Love, but only got as far as a short score. Yates has now faithfully orchestrated the piece – perhaps a bit too faithfully, as the seven movements last 50 minutes

Madison Ballet and Chamber Orchestra may join forces – Madison.com
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Madison Ballet and ChamberOrchestramay join forces
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The chamberorchestraand ballet have been working together for at least 16 years, according to a news release. WCO artistic director Andrew Sewell said in that release that he and Smith “have always maintained an excellent artistic and working

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