Two (£24) or Four Tickets (£46) to see the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at The Cambridge Corn Exchange (Up to 66% Off)
- Prestigious UK orchestra
- Soloist voted BBC Music Magazine’s Rising Star in 2011
- City centre location
- Conducted by Gavin Sutherland
- Featuring Alexandra Dariescu
- Programme includes Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture, Grieg’s Piano Concerto and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required, present printed Groupon at box office with the initials of the buyer. Show starts at 7.30pm. Valid on option purchased only.
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Orchestras are notoriously bad at birthday parties, with violinists competing for first musical chair and the wind section constantly blowing out candles. Enjoy a bit of harmony with today's Groupon from The Cambridge Corn Exchange. Choose from the following options:• £24 for two tickets to see the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (64% off)
• £46 for four tickets to see the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (66% off)
A renowned force in modern classical music and internationally recognised as one of Britain’s premier ensembles, the 65 year old Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is widely acclaimed for its Handel on classical music. This celebrated company of players plucks at audience heart-strings with musical classics, peddles their mellifluous wares with extensive regional tours, and puts world-class musicians in the spotlight. The orchestra will open the Cambridge Classical Concert season at the Corn Exchange, an entertainment venue that hosts well-known theatre, comedy, and music stars with all the bells and whistles.
Pairs and quartets of music lovers can make a concerted effort to attend this event, lured by the programme of ever-popular classics. The evening opens with Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet suite, minus the dance of the well-sprung sofas, and continues with a performance of Grieg’s popular Piano Concerto by rising star Alexandra Dariescu. In the second half, a string performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony will give audiences plenty of bang for their buck.