Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir – British Police Symphony Orchestra – Charity Gala Concert

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Date(s) - 11/05/2019
7:30 pm

Royal Albert Hall



Suffolk Constabulary Male Voice Choir
Participating in a Celebration of Police and Music
A Gala Charity Concert hosted by the British Police Symphony Orchestra
Musical Director: Richard Jenkinson

As the finale to the 30th Anniversary Celebrations of the British Police Symphony Orchestra,
we invite you to attend this unique Charity Gala Concert, in the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

11th May 2019 – 7.30pm.
Royal Albert Hall, London

Tickets available from the Royal Albert Hall –

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The finale to the 30th Anniversary Celebrations of the British Police Symphony Orchestra.

Fanfare trumpets upon high will herald the start, swiftly followed by
Wagner’s triumphant Ride of the Valkyries.
Massed choirs join the orchestra to perform the rousing Polovtsian Dances by Borodin
and in more reflective mood, John Williams’ stirring Hymn to the Fallen.

The concert will be presented by the orchestra’s very own
PC Danny Mizon (Metropolitan Police) and television’s Nick Knowles.

Drawn from across the United Kingdom, musicians are either serving or retired
Police Officers, Police Staff or other members of the extended Police Family.

Be prepared for 1,000 flashing blue lights as an introduction to
Rick Wakeman’s Dance of a Thousand Lights and listen out for your
favourite British Police TV theme during the world premiere of A Musical Salute.

Mahler’s powerful finale to Symphony of a Thousand
will provide a most fitting finale to this momentous celebration!

All proceeds will be used to support the following charities: Care of Police Survivors,
Foundation for Youth Music and British Police Symphony Orchestra.