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Marcus Huxley, the Choir of Birmingham Cathedral and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic   Koen Kessels and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic   Koen Kessels; photo: Roy Smiljanic   The choir of Birmingham Cathedral; photo: Roy Smiljanic   Koen Kessels and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic   Koen Kessels and violins of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic


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Marcus Huxley, the Choir of Birmingham Cathedral and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic Koen Kessels and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic Koen Kessels; photo: Roy Smiljanic The choir of Birmingham Cathedral; photo: Roy Smiljanic Koen Kessels and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic Koen Kessels and violins of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic The choir of Birmingham Cathedral; photo: Roy Smiljanic Koen Kessels and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia; photo: Roy Smiljanic 

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Royal Ballet Sinfonia at Birmingham Cathedral



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Don't miss this opportunity to get up close to a world-class orchestra as the Royal Ballet Sinfonia perform some favourite classics in the intimate surroundings of Birmingham's beautiful St Philip's Cathedral, under Birmingham Royal Ballets internationally acclaimed Music Director Koen Kessels.

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Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture Romeo and Juliet
Rutter Gloria for chorus and orchestra
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64

After the success of last year's premiere of Alexander Campkin's Truelight, the orchestra once again collaborates with Marcus Huxley and the Cathedral Choir, singing John Rutter's tuneful and immediately likeable Gloria. The concert is topped and tailed by two of the most famous pieces of music ever written, by great ballet composer, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

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