The Multi-Story Orchestra: Stravinsky, Whitley and new choir piece

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The Multi-Story Orchestra: Stravinsky, Whitley and new choir piece



Jun 14 2019 18:30 - 19:15


Stravinsky Dances from Petroushka
Kate Whitley Sky Dances
New choir piece created by singers from Kender and St Mary Magdelene primary schools, led by Abimaro Gunnell

Christopher Stark conductor
Abimaro Gunnell choir leader
The Multi-Story Orchestra with St Thomas the Apostle Orchestra

Resident orchestra at Bold Tendencies in Peckham, The Multi-Story Orchestra create amazing live classical music experiences performed by incredible musicians and have been celebrated as one of the most exciting ensembles to emerge in recent years: “the response was ecstatic, and it deserved to be” (The New York Times).

This concert will bring together a choir of more than 100 children who are creating a new piece of music with the amazing singer songwriter Abimaro Gunnell and our composer Kate Whitley specially for this concert. The Orchestra will also perform Kate Whitley's Sky Dances - commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra and performed in Trafalgar Square last year – and dances from Stravinsky’s infamous ballet Petroushka.

Suitable for all ages

Tickets: £10 / £5
You can choose to pay either £5 or £10 for your ticket.
All our tickets are heavily subsidised. If you would like to support us to continue our work in Peckham, please purchase a full price ticket, however we do not want finance to be a barrier to anyone.



Bold Tendencies CIC Bold Tendencies CIC, Floors 7-10, 95a Rye Lane, SE15 4TG London


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