The British Cultural and Heritage Association (BCHA) is holding its annual Massed Orchestra concert on Sunday 21 October 2018. Supported by Corobrik, BCHA’S Orchestra 2018 concert takes place at Penzance School, Nkulisa Conference Centre, 61 Penzance Road in Glenwood. This year’s massed ad hoc orchestra of enthusiastic players will perform under the seasoned baton of conductor Sue Cock.
As a curtain-raiser to the concert, which starts at 2.30 pm, Bryan Clark’s Caribbean Connection Steel Drum Band and the Westville Girls High School Marimba Band will entertain the audience between 2pm and 2.30pm.
The main concert opens with the South African National Anthem. Eclectic titles to be heard on the bumper programme of concert favourites include: the Strauss’s Radetsky March; Anderson’s Syncopated Clock; Coates’s Sleepy Lagoon; Julius Fučík’s Entry of the Gladiators; an Abba medley; Mango Groove’s Special Star; an arrangement of the traditional song, Siyahamba; Over the Rainbow; Offenbach’s Can-Can; John Philip Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever; and John William’s Star Wars Main Theme.
Audience tickets at R50 are available at the door. Secure parking is available for participants and audiences members alike. Seating is unreserved and tickets will be sold at the door.
The British Cultural and Heritage Association offers sponsored tickets to several deserving organisations, who greatly appreciate being part of this fun-filled afternoon.