Music for Spring from LUU Music Society

Three concerts by LUU Music Society groups will offer a wealth of music this weekend to take us towards the end of term.

LUU Chamber Choir - Friday 11 May - 7pm - Leeds Cathedral

The Chamber Choir will perform a concert of two halves: Thomas Tallis' Lamentations of Jeremiah in the first half, followed by two works featuring harp and organ accompaniment in the second half: Janacek's The Lord's Prayer and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms.

LUU Chamber Orchestra - Saturday 12 May - 5pm - Clothworkers' Centenary Concert Hall

The Chamber Orchestra will tackle a vibrant programme of Strauss, Copland and Mozart, including Mozart's 'Haffner' symphony.

LUU Symphonic Wind Orchestra - Sunday 13 May - 7.30pm - Clothworkers' Centenary Concert Hall

The Symphonic Wind Orchestra will tackle Johan de Meij's master-work, Symphony no. 1 'The Lord of the Rings'. The work comprises of five movements representing a different aspect of the story including movements entitled Gandalf and Hobbits.  The symphony won the coveted Sudler award and was a breakthrough work for wind orchestra.  The orchestra will also tackle the classic 'Gaelforce' and works from stage and screen.

Tickets for all three concerts will be available on the doors, priced:

£3 LUUMS members
£4 concessions (students, OAPs, Friends of LUUMS)
£7 adults

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