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Royal Air Force in Concert archive

Archive listings for Royal Air Force in Concert

Work type: Concert.


The hugely popular Royal Air Force in Concert tour returns with a special Diamond Jubilee salute to Her Majesty The Queen.
2 Dec 12Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L01902000075


This year's prestigious Royal Air Force in Concert Tour officially commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain with an exciting and nostalgic programme of music that will conjure up the atmosphere surrounding Britain's 'finest hour'. The varied programme ranges from the ‘Battle of Britain March’ by Goodwin and the ‘Fighter Command March’ by Alwyn to Gershwin’s ‘A Foggy Day in London Town’ and ‘Rhapsody in Blue’. Sing along to ‘I’ll be Seeing You’ and ‘Blue Birds Over the White Cliffs of Dover’ and enjoy the Big Band swing sound of the RAF Squadronaires as they perform a Glenn Miller tribute and the trumpet classic ‘Tico Tico’. Flight Lieutenant Matthew Little will again delight audiences with his vocal talents, performing under the baton of the RAF's Principal Director of Music, Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs. A wonderful trip down memory lane, this flag waving, musical tribute to the men and women who took part in the Battle of Britain is not to be missed!Performer Lynn Bowles (compere).
4 Dec 10Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L02007634439


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 TrustCompany The RAF Bands. Company The Squadronaires. Conductor Stuart Stirling (Wing Commander). Performer Matthew Little (Sergeant). Performer Emer McParland.
27 Nov 05Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765
listing details L0771330884
18 Oct 05Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935
listing details L01754075706


Enjoy the sound of some of the finest military bands in a popular programme which includes Adagio (Theme from Spartacus), A Gershwin Selection, a Salute to Glenn Miller, Ode to Joy, Up Where we Belong, Out of Africa, Liberty Bell, Triumphant March from Aida and the 1812 Overture.Company Royal Air Force Bands. Company Royal Air Force Squadronaires. Company Fanfare Trumpets of the Royal Air Force. Company London Philharmonic Choir.
13 Sep 05The Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221
listing details L01194364190


Big band favourites, a medley of Beatles classics accompanied by the Salon Orchestra and appearance by The Squadronaires.
30 Oct 02Southbank Centre, West End :: V423
listing details L01616863854

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25 Nov 05Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L303920448

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