2021 Festival Finale Concert
Faust Chamber Orchestra
David Hill (Conductor)
£22, Free for 16 and Under 6:00pm & 8:00pm
Debussy Prélude a l'après-midi (arr Farrington)
Delius Paris: Song of a Great City (arr Farrington)
Dukas Sorcerer's Apprentice (arr Farrington)
Gershwin An American in Paris (arr Farrington)
Concert duration 1 hour
This performance will happen twice
For this year’s Cambridge Summer Music Festival Finale we welcome back Faust Chamber Orchestra under the baton of David Hill.
At the heart of this programme lies the epic 'Paris: Song of a Great City' composed by Frederick Delius in 1900. Often thought of as the first of his later masterpieces, Paris is a subtle impressionist tone picture, generally contemplative with atmospheric tranquillity interspersed with exciting episodes of bold emotions. Originally scored for a large symphony orchestra we have commissioned the brilliant Iain Farrington to arrange this work for smaller forces.
Cambridge Summer Music thanks the Delius Trust for its generous financial support of this performance.
Covid-19: We have worked hard to make sure that our Summer Festival audience feels safe at our concerts. In line with current Covid-19 government safety guidelines, all of our concerts are planned to be socially distanced.