Sheffield University Symphony Orchestra will be giving their next concert on Saturday 13th May: it will be an unusual and eclectic programme, including a world première. Adrian Moore conducts the orchestra in the first performance of Carlos Azevedo’s Landscape, and a rare airing of Alexander Scriabin’s second symphony. The concert starts at 7.30pm with George Butterworth’s A Shropshire Lad, conducted by final year student Olivia Doust. It takes place in the Firth Hall, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN. There will be a collection for Jessie’s Fund, and a short introduction to the charity by Jacob George, leader of the orchestra, who is Jessie’s brother.
Advanced booking: £10 (over 65/unwaged/staff – £8: under 26/Student – £5)
On the door: £12 (over 65/unwaged/staff – £10: under 26/Student – £6)
Advanced booking available here