A Magical Christmas Concert with harpist Claire Jones and Rock Up and Sing

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Date(s) - 23/12/2018
7:00pm - 9:30pm

The Royal Hall

Ripon Road

North Yorkshire

A harpist who played at the wedding of William and Kate is to perform in Harrogate, accompanied by a local community choir.
Rock Up and Sing! are delighted to be hosting a magical concert at the in collaboration with the renowned harpist Claire Jones and composer Chris Marshall.
One hundred members of the Harrogate and choirs of Rock Up and Sing! will be on stage to accompany Claire, Chris and their orchestra at the magical one-off .
Claire is a former Royal Harpist to the Prince of Wales and is one of today’s best-known classical musicians, giving concerts with leading orchestras around the world. In 2012, she topped the Classical Charts with ‘Girl with the Golden Harp’.
Chris is an accomplished percussionist as well as a composer and arranger whose work is heard on radio and television.
The concert will feature the premier of Chris’s new festive arrangement, Nativity, as well as modern and traditional tunes, including Ladies in Lavender, Toss the Feathers, Scarborough Fair and the themes from Love Actually and Romeo and Juliet. There’ll also be a chance for the audience to join in with some carols.
To find out more about the concert or to book tickets, go to the box office or visit www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

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