Thomas Luke, Piano

Saturday 6th July 2024, 7.15pm Fanfare from La Péri, Paul Dukas Festivities, Roy Douglas Warsaw Concerto, Richard Addinsell Soloist: Thomas Luke Dance of the Hours, Amilcare Ponchielli Orb and Sceptre, William Walton Three Card Trick Suite, Pam Wedgwood Party Piece, Richard Rodney Bennett Billy The Kid, Aaron Copland Paul Dukas’ La Péri is a 1912 […]

Dmytro Fonariuk, Clarinet

Saturday 18th May 2024, 7.15pm Scenes from the Humber, Anthony Hedges Introduction, Theme and Variations, Gioacchino Rossini Soloist: Dmytro Fonariuk Night On Bare Mountain, Modeste Mussorgsky Concertino in E flat, Carl Maria von Weber Soloist: Dmytro Fonariuk Symphony No.2 in B minor, Alexander Borodin A musician of wide artistic tastes and talents, Anthony Hedges was […]

Viv McLean, Piano

Saturday 16th March 2024, 7.15pm Le Chasseur Maudit, César Franck Piano Concerto in F, George Gershwin Soloist: Viv McLean Othello Suite, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Till Eulenspiegel, Richard Strauss To start this programme the IWSO will perform César Franck’s tone poem Le Chasseur Maudit or, in English, The Accursed Huntsman. Other than this overture and his Symphony in D, […]

Finn Mannion, Cello

Saturday 20th January 2024, 7.15pm Prince Igor Overture, Alexander Borodin A Somerset Rhapsody, Gustav Holst Variations on a Rococo Theme, Pyotr Tchaikovsky Soloist: Finn Mannion Symphony No.1 in D minor, Sergei Rachmaninov The IWSO is delighted to welcome back the talented young conductor James Thomas. His concert last year, which featured Sibelius’ 2nd Symphony, was […]

Aki Blendis, Violin

Sunday 5th November 2023, 7.15pm Brigg Fair: An English Rhapsody, Frederick Delius Violin Concerto, Samuel Barber Soloist: Aki Blendis Symphony No.1 in D ‘Titan’, Gustav Mahler We open the 2023 /24 season with Brigg Fair: An English Rhapsody by Frederick Delius. Delius wrote his rhapsody for large orchestra in 1907. He dedicated it to his […]