Lost and Found

Recently two original manuscripts by the English composer, Gustav Holst, were found in the Symphonia’s music archive. In this concert these lost works, missing for more than 100 years, will come to life! The orchestra joins with the choristers of Scholars Pro Musica in a programme centred on the discovery, including music by other influential English composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Holst’s two rediscovered orchestral pieces are Folk Songs from Somerset and Two Songs Without Words. Other works include Delius’s On hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and Summer Night on the River. The Scholars Pro Musica joins the orchestra for some outstanding choral items including Parry’s grand Blest Pair of Sirens and Elgar’s romantic Spanish Serenade. The choir will also present a selection of unaccompanied songs by Vaughan Williams and other composers of the period.
Conducted by Justus Rozemond with guest conductor Chalium Poppy.


Baycourt Community and Arts Centre


15 April
3pm - 5pm



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