240901 Triorca Socials


Outi Tarkiainen - Midnight Sun Variations

Ralph Vaughan Williams - Symphony No. 5


Samuel Coleridge-Taylor - Othello Suite

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Selections from Scheherazade

Robin Haigh - FILTH

Two and a half hours including interval


Nicholas Daniel - Conductor

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With its roots in Norfolk, the revival of the Triorca International Youth Orchestra returns to East Anglia performing in Norwich & Cambridge this summer 2024 following a residency at the University of East Anglia. Grown from the twinning connections between Norwich, Novi Sad & Koblenz, the orchestra is made up of musicians from the UK, Serbia & Germany with a considerable number of its players studying at UK & International conservatories and universities. This year, the orchestra has invited musicians from the twin city of Rouen in France. Since its inception in 2010, the orchestra has supported young musicians at the beginning of their careers and has toured all around Europe.

This eclectic programme includes scintillating music chosen by Artistic Director, Nicholas Daniel OBE, taking you on a journey from the sparkling music of female Finnish composer, Tarkiainen to the more familiar pastoral sounds of Ralph Vaughan WIlliams. We will transport you across the ocean to the lesser known incidental music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor before celebrating the magical orchestration heard in Scheherazade. Please join us for what will be an incredible performance by some of the best local young musicians and guests from abroad.

Further details at www.triorca.org

more about Triorca

Triorca is an International Youth Orchestra bringing together young musicians aged 16-26 from four diverse European twinning city-regions; Norwich & Norfolk (Britain), Koblenz & Rheinland-Pfalz (Germany), Novi Sad & Vojvodina (Serbia), and has now opened it's doors to Rouen & Normandy (France). Since it's inception in 2010, the programme has attracted 100s of musicians, entertaining audiences both in the UK and abroad.