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VenueAnvil Arts
Other spaces: Forge
From27th November 2005
To27th November 2005
PricesFrom £11.00. To £17.00.
What is currently on at Anvil Arts (V765)

Royal Air Force in Concert


Archive :: production:T0954435947, concert:S1733090987, venue:V765

Production details

The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust Enterprises is delighted to be organising the prestigious ‘Royal Air Force in Concert’. Sixty years ago not only saw an end to global hostilities but also marked the birth of a new drive towards international co-operation - embodied in the birth of the United Nations. Using music and words, we shall look to reflect this international spirit of friendship that has grown among nations since 1945. Musical highlights include: A George Gershwin Medley, Oh What a Beautiful Morning (from Oklahoma), Liberty Bell (Sousa), A Glenn Miller Tribute Hungarian Dance, Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. The concert is held in support of The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust


Company The RAF Bands
Company The Squadronaires
Conductor Stuart Stirling (Wing Commander)
Performer Matthew Little (Sergeant)
Performer Emer McParland

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