Perform the hits of Queen and The Beatles with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

Ever wondered what it feels like to perform with one of the UK’s finest orchestras in one of the country’s best concert halls? NTU students and staff are invited to find out by joining the NTU Choir for this year’s blockbuster spring concert.

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The NTU Choir performing with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in April 2018

The best thing is that you don’t need to have any musical experience, just enthusiasm! No need to read music and no audition, just lots of singing and fun!

On Saturday 30 March, the choir will perform to a packed audience at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, alongside the world-famous Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

The programme will include some of Queen and The Beatles’ greatest hits, including We Are the Champions, Yesterday, Can’t Buy Me Love and The Long and Winding Road. It will also feature Tolga Kashif’s epic The Queen Symphony, six movements inspired by the music of Freddie, Brian, John and Roger.

Interested in signing up? Here’s what you need to know…

The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 6.15 pm – 8.30 pm in the NTU Music Centre on our City Campus. The first rehearsal for this concert will take place on Tuesday 15 January 2019 – simply turn up and let one of our friendly team know that you’re new. Membership until the end of the academic year is just £20 for staff and £10 for students.

Email music@ntu.ac.uk if you have any questions or queries ahead of the first rehearsal.

Tickets for Symphonic Queen and The Beatles – featuring The Queen Symphony are on sale now.

If you're an NTU student, alumni, staff or choir member, we have some great discounts available.

  • £5 tickets for NTU and Confetti students
  • 10% discount for NTU and Confetti staff
  • 10% discount for members of the NTU Choir
  • 10% discount for NTU and Confetti alumni

Email created@ntu.ac.uk and we'll send you a promocode to use when booking your tickets.

Perform the hits of Queen and The Beatles with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

Published on 31 October 2018
  • Category: Culture; Current students; Music; Staff

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