Popular classical music of a sunny nature is on offer at the Learig Orchestra’s annual Charity Concert in Stonehaven Town Hall at 7.30 pm on Sunday June 7.
The concert will open with the light and tuneful incidental music that Schubert wrote for the play “Rosamunde”, and will continue with a selection of the ever-popular Slavonic Dances that first brought the Czech composer Antonin Dvorak to world attention.
The concert will finish with movements from Brahms first Serenade, which finds the 24-year old composer in a particularly sunny mood.
The Learig Orchestra (www.learig.org.uk) is conducted by David Hanton, and is made up of enthusiastic amateur musicians drawn from Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
The proceeds from the June 7 concert will be shared between the Stonehaven Town Hall Trust and Deafblind Scotland, the association of deafblind and dual sensory impaired adults (www.deafblindscotland.org.uk).
Tickets £6 (£5 concessions) will be available on the door or in advance from the Town Hall website (www.stonehaventownhall.org.uk) and local outlets.
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