Guess what, this one is also nearly sold out too, but there are a few remaining … I’m not sure who and where and how the tickets sell so quickly, but maybe this time it’s the wolf who stole them. Still worth it though, and I reckon if you have a tall 2 year old you will also make it past security!
Grab your coat and granny’s lunch because the brass section of City of London Sinfonia are taking you into the woods to visit Little Red Riding Hood for a brass extravaganza. Join presenter Claire Bloor (animateur) for a musical retelling of the classic fairytale, as she helps you spot the instruments, meet the music and avoid the big, bad wolf!
FREE Pre concert activities From 11am:
- Meet the Musicians
- Percussion Zoo
- Minute Maestro conducting
Dates: 11th May 2013 at 12.00
Concert is most suitable for children aged three to six years. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Tickets: Adults £8 & Children £6 & Family ticket: £24 (for 4 tickets)
Box Office: Cadogan Hall 020 7730 4500 or book here
5 Sloane Terrace,
London, SW1X 9DQ
About the City of London Sinfonia
Firmly established as one of the UK’s leading chamber orchestras, City of London Sinfonia (CLS) was founded in 1971 by the late Richard Hickox. Led by Stephen Layton (Artistic Director & Principal Conductor) and Michael Collins (Principal Conductor), the Orchestra has earned a reputation for strong, distinctive programming, outstanding performances and recordings, and a passion for music featuring the voice.
Performing throughout the UK and abroad, CLS makes regular appearances at all the major London concert halls and venues, as well as St Paul’s Cathedral and other venues in the City of London. It has been resident orchestra at the capital’s popular Opera Holland Park since 2004 and holds a long-standing residency in High Wycombe, as well as being a regular guest at major UK festivals. In addition the Orchestra performs lively Crash, Bang, Wallop! family concerts offering young listeners an exciting and interactive introduction to classical music.