Posted on 1st May 2019
The BHSO will be performing the Dvorak Cello Concerto, with renowned local soloist Pavlos Carvalho, at its Spring concert next weekend (11 May). The programme will also include Brahms Symphony no 2 and Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture.
The concert will be in St Andrew’s Church, Junction Road, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are available in advance at £12.50 from the Help Point, on the BHSO web site (http://www.bhso.org.uk/box-office/) or by phoning 01444 232067. £15 on the door.
BHSO will also once again be contributing to the Burgess Hill Summer Festival, with a light-hearted concert in the Festival Marquee in St John’s Park on Sunday 2 June (3pm start). We are looking for sponsorship for this event from a local company. (We keep ticket prices low so that the event is accessible to all, but this means we take a loss on the event.) In return for this support we offer acknowledgement on our publicity and in the venue itself. If you would like to discuss supporting your local orchestra, please ring Richard Light on 01444 232067 (mobile 0794 779 2032).
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