Cam Sight is delighted to be nominated as the chosen charity to benefit from The Sampson Orchestra of Cambridge Concert at West Road Concert Hall.
Saturday 28 Januay 2012 at 7.30pm
The Russian-themed programme comprises of:
March from The Love of Three Oranges – Prokofiev
The Iron Foundry – Mosolov
Romance from “The Gadfly” – Shostakovich
Piano Concerto – Khachaturian
Symphony No. 6 (Pathitique) Tchaikovsky
Piano: Peter Foggitt
Ticket price £14 (all proceeds to Cam Sight)
Please contact Sally Nott at Cam Sight on 01223 420033 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cambridge Orchestra was founded in 1987 by the late Charles Sampson in response to requests for a new symphony orchestra which could harness the very talented players and music teachers, within the Eastern Counties to perform large classical repertoire to the highest standards. In 2010 the governing organisation was changed into a charitable trust, and the opportunity was taken to adopt a new name for the orchestra to commemorate its founder – The Sampson Orchestra of Cambridge. A particularly important sphere of the Cambridge Orchestra’s activities has been to work with local charities and Cam Sight is honored to be chosen for the forthcoming concert in January. There will be a collection for Cam Sight at the end of the concert.