Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra

Junior Guildhall student playing the violin

The musicians of Junior Guildhall return to Milton Court for an afternoon concert in collaboration with the School’s Production Arts department and Junior Guildhall Drama students.

Vaughan Williams’ Symphony No 3, the Pastoral, was competed in 1922 and gained a reputation for being an elegy for the dead of World War I and a meditation on the sounds of peace. The piece is not programmatic but, imbued with modal harmonies, it evokes the beautiful rolling English countryside.
Written in an epic style, Ibert’s Le chevalier errant (“the wandering knight”) is a representation of Don Quixote in which Ibert portrays the adventures he lives so intensely. 

Promoted by Guildhall School of Music & Drama

End-time to be announced nearer the event


Students in possession of a valid Students' Union card, over 60s/OAPs, under 18s, Equity members and blind/visually impaired audience members and their guests.

£5 (subject to availability)

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Milton Court Concert Hall