On Saturday the 21st of January why not spend an evening in the company of the Isle of Wight Symphony Orchestra, for an evening’s music that is sure to entertain?
Guest conductor Rupert Bond returns to the Island, starting the concert off with Parry’s Elegy to Brahms. Brahms own Violin Concerto in D Major (op. 77) follows, with soloist Joo Yeon Sir making her debut with the IWSO. The second half of the evening’s entertainment is provided by Rimsky Korsakov’s Scheherazade, – let yourself be transported to far away, warmer lands (whatever the weather is doing outside)!