Bridlington Spa To Host The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Bridlington Spa To Host The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
To Host The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Following its recent hugely popular concert in as part of UK City of Culture 2017, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra returns to the region this summer, presenting a family concert as part of its Noisy Kids series at on Sunday 9 July.

This concert will be part of the ‘Classically Yours’ programme, one of the key 2017 events facilitated by – a Principal Partner in 2017 – throughout the year.

Organised by RPO Resound, ‘Noisy Kids’ will be an excellent introduction to classical with pieces inspired by the sea and beyond, including the ‘Blue Danube’ waltz by Strauss, the ‘Fantasia on British Sea Songs’, and excerpts from one of the most popular film scores of all time, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, introduced by ‘captain’ Tim Steiner, will present this fun and interactive performance, taking the audience on a voyage of musical discovery and adventure.

Councillor , portfolio holder for civic wellbeing and culture, said: “This will be a superb concert, and is sure to be popular. It will be a great way to get people of all ages interested in the delights of classical , and represents exactly what ‘Classically Yours’ is all about.”

Tickets are available now priced £17.50 for adults; £15 for concessions; and £5 for children, from Box Office on 01262 678258, or online at

Pre-theatre lunch is also available at £11, or £7.50 for children – details are available when buying tickets for the concert.

On the previous day – Saturday 8 July – a ‘ box’ will take place at , to give young people the chance to have a go with an instrument. More information is available by calling 01482 395320.

‘Classically Yours’ is an eighteen-month range of orchestral activities in the East Riding, which include some of the best UK orchestras, such as Manchester Camerata, and Sinfonia Viva.

They will be performing in , , and . ‘Classically Yours’ aims to increase the amount of high quality available in the area and encourage more participation in arts and culture. It has been supported by Arts Council England.

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