The continuing Covid-19 restrictions on person to person contact and gatherings of large groups of people mean that all the Wymondham Music arrangements for summer 2020 have to be cancelled. We hope that within a few months community life can resume and that we will be able to assist other groups in staging musical events in Wymondham once again
Simon Nelson’s DixieMix, who famously toured with Rod Stewart, will once again be entertaining the crowds at our annual summer evening picnic, now in its 25th year. Bring picnics, chairs and rugs. Ice cream and real coffee will
be on sale.
We are hoping to run a FREE shuttle bus service from Central Hall car park from 17.45 to 21.15. The only parking available at the venue will be for disabled drivers.
Entry is free, although there will be collecting buckets at exits for donations to help defray some of the costs of this event.
The event is run by Wymondham Rotary in aid of local charities
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Here is a message from the organisers of this event Wymondham Symphony Orchestra
ALL UPCOMING CONCERTS CANCELLED
It is with great regret that due to concerns about the ongoing Covid-19 virus pandemic, our upcoming concerts on Saturday 21st March and 4th July have now been CANCELLED.
Tickets already purchased will be fully refunded.
If you paid for your tickets online, you will be refunded automatically within the next 7 working days. Those who have paid cheques will also be refunded.
Any queries regarding refunds, please call Paul Chambers on 01379 642909 or on email@example.com
Wymondham Symphony Orchestra Anniversaries Concert
Saturday 4 July 2020
at Wymondham Abbey
Fanfare for the Common Man – Copland
Masquerade Suite – Khachaturian
Rhapsody in Blue – Gershwin, with soloist Sohyun Park
Symphony No. 9 (From the New World) – Dvorak
This concert marks two significant local anniversaries: 25 years of Wymondham Music Festival and 35 years of Wymondham Symphony Orchestra. On America’s Independence Day, what better way to celebrate than with Rhapsody in Blue fusing jazz with a piano concerto, and The New World Symphony in which Dvorak recalls the sounds and culture he encountered on visits to the USA.
Start time – 19:30
Ticket prices:- £14 (adult, bought on the door), £12 (adult, bought in advance), £10 (Friends), Free (Under 18)