Proms in the Park, classical music, festivities and fireworks #MadeinMK

Date: 15th August 2014

Time: Gates open at 6:30pm; Concert begins at 8pm

Location: Campbell Park Amphitheatre

The Parks Trust and Milton Keynes City Orchestra present an evening of uplifting music, fireworks and fizz!  Last year’s uplifting numbers included Dambusters and patriotic numbers like Rule Britannia.

2014 Full ProgrammeGlinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla

Rossini Largo al Factotum

Sousa Stars and stripes

Butterworth Banks of Green Willow

Coates March: The Dam Busters

Puccini Vissi D’Arte

Bizet Carmen Suite

Tchaikovsky: Waltz: The Sleeping Beauty

Offenbach: Can-Can from Orpheus in the Und.

Suppe Overture: Light cavalry

Bizet Toreador Song

Tchaikovsky: Polonaise: Eugene Onegin

Mozart La Ci Darem la mano

Rodgers and Hammerstein You’ll never walk Alone

Elgar: Nimrod

Wood: Fantasia on British Sea Songs

(Tom Bowling and Hornpipe)

Parry: Jerusalem

Arne arr Sargent Rule Britannia

Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance

 

Conductor: Hilary Davan Wetton

Baritone: James Cleverton

Soprano: Emily Haig

 

Located in Campbell Park Amphitheatre.

Recommended parking at Milton Keynes Shopping Centre.

Download a map showing the Proms event location and recommended parking here.

Price: £12/ Adult; £8/Child; £32/Family (2A2C or 1A3C)

Meeting Place:

No public parking in the park.
Recommended parking at Milton Keynes Shopping Centre and MK Theatre Multi-Storey.  Postcode for Sat-Nav users MK9 3NZ

Booking Required: Click here to book http://www.theparkstrust.com/whats-on/event-details/866 

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