EMG Symphony Orchestra Concert, Saturday 16 September, 5pm

PUBLISHED: 16:50 28 August 2012 | UPDATED: 12:13 28 February 2013

On Sunday 16 September at 5pm, EMG Symphony Orchestra will mark its return to Exeter University's Great Hall with the biggest concert in the orchestra's 45-year history; a performance of Mahler's rarely-performed Symphony No.8 Symphony of a Thousand

On Sunday 16 September at 5pm, EMG Symphony Orchestra will mark its return to Exeter University's Great Hall with the biggest concert in the orchestra's 45-year history; a performance of Mahler's rarely-performed Symphony No.8 "Symphony of a Thousand".

EMG Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Musical Director Marion Wood, will be joined by two adult choirs, the Devon County Junior Choir and a range of instrumentalists, with harps, mandolins, piano, celeste and organ, as well as an additional off-stage brass section. The concert promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime event which should not be missed!

Tickets are priced at 15, 12 and 10 (discounts available for students and groups of 10+ for bookings made by telephone) and can be purchased from the Northcott Box Office either in person, by telephone on 01392 493493 or online at https://exeternorthcott.purchase-tickets-online.co.uk/public/default.asp. For further information about EMG Symphony Orchestra, please visit www.emgsymphonyorchestra.org

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