Symphonic Waves reach a thrilling crescseno to Summer
Symphonic Waves Youth Orchestra will reach a thrilling crescendo to their summer in August with a concert on Thursday 22nd August at Galway’s Black Box theatre.
Symphonic Waves, a West of Ireland Youth Orchestra is a collaboration project between Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture and Music Generation Galway County. This concert will conclude the orchestra’s annual summer residential course and will delight with performances of pieces by Beethoven, Schubert, Hardiman, Dvořák and Tchaikovsky together with Classical and popular chamber pieces.
Tickets for the Black Box theatre concert are priced at €8 + booking fee and are available online at www.tht.ie. Under 18s are free. Further information is available from [email protected] or by phoning the Symphonic Waves administrator on 091 874 557.
Some words from conductor Professor James Cavanagh:
"We in Symphonic Waves are delighted to have delivered our first concert appearance as a new Symphony Orchestra in Ballinasloe in June this year.
Since its inception as a specialised string orchestra in 2017, the ensemble has been strategically expanded to include Wind, Brass and Percussion players and subsequently has grown from strength to strength. This development is evident in the continued delivery of excellence in performance and increasingly mature music making.
The orchestra is exploring a selection of musical genres including some of the great works from the classical music era as well as contemporary and popular music.
The musical journey thus far has been incredibly exciting and challenging. We look forward to many future performances. “
Published on 13 August 2019