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The People’s Orchestra – Our top picks

Hi guys! Just over a week to go till our Game On! concert – who’s excited!? To celebrate our 7th birthday bash we thought we’d throw it back this week and reminisce over our top three favourite concerts!

1- 1st Birthday Concert

24th March 2013

Here we marked our first birthday – one of many to come! Performing at The Public, West Bromwich, we gathered our musicians and came together for one smashing concert. Performing our favourites from The Pirates of the Caribbean, Slumdog Millionaire and James Bond for our modest 250-member audience is something we love to reminisce. Who would have known that we’d be here 6 years later performing for 500 people and more!

2- Midsummer Nights Ball

4th July 2015

This memorable performance was something we had never done before! Performing at The Great Hall at University of Birmingham was an absolute pleasure. Our audience joined us for a fantasy evening of fine dining, wine and our incredible music. We played latin and ballroom classics and were joined by professional dancers for a performance you’d never forget.

3 – Summer Showcase

4th August 2018

Who can forget our incredible collaboration with our Canadian friends – The Orchestre Philharmonia Mundi de Montreal!? This legendary collaboration went down in the TPO history books and we crossed oceans to make sure it happened. Working together for our annual Summer Showcase whilst being hours and miles apart was something new for everyone, but boy did it pay off. We came together from different countries to do what we love – perform for you!

We’re humbled to look back at how far we’ve come as an amateur orchestra and so excited to think about how much further there is to go! Will you be joining us to celebrate our 7th birthday with our annual concert on Sunday 7th April 2019?  Get your tickets at www.thepeoplesboxoffice.com 

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