promenade concert


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promenade concert

a concert at which some of the audience stand rather than sit
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The booklet note tells us that the Promenade Concert (1958-1960) is made up of the last recordings Karajan made for EMI with the Philharmonia Orchestra before he left for Berlin.
But the cellist was given a special extra role at the conclusion of the visit - presenting the Queen with an archive programme of a Liverpool promenade concert series performed in her coronation year.
Neither the call of the holidays nor thunderstorms deterred hundreds of music lovers from attending the City of Birmingham Orchestra final promenade concert at Birmingham's Town Hall.
IN tribute to the heroes of World War Two, a Gala promenade Concert with the Sunderland Symphony Orchestra is being held at West Park Church, opposite Park Lane Metro Station on September 18 at 7.
LIVERPOOL Phil percussionists Graham Johns and Neil Hitt take part in a live televised promenade concert from the Royal Albert Hall tomorrow evening.
New themes have also been introduced to the series of around 70 concerts, which began as the Henry Wood Promenade Concert on August 10, 1895.
1927: The BBC broadcast its first Promenade Concert from the Queen's Hall.
A Prom means a Promenade Concert, or a concert where part of the audience stands in a "promenade" area of the hall.
THE world premiere of a challenging new work by a young North Wales composer is to take place at a BBC Promenade concert tomorrow night, broadcast live to millions from the Royal Albert Hall.
1895 - The first London Promenade concert took place, founded by Henry Wood and Robert Newman and played by an orchestra of 80 in the Queen's Hall.
DURHAM: Opera singer Graeme Danby will top the bill at this year's County Cricket Club annual promenade concert on July 31 at the Riverside ground in Chester-le-Street.