Last Night of the Hever Proms
Sunday 29 Aug 2021 8pm Two Sisters Theatre
The Brandenburg Sinfonia returns to Hever Festival to present its ever popular tribute to the Last Night of the Proms.
Familiar traditional music favourites including; Edward Elgar’s Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1, Greensleeves, Jerusalem and The Hornpipe from Henry Wood’s Fantasia on British Sea Songs will be joined by Haydn’s dramatic Farewell Symphony, the eccentric Clog Dance from La Fille mal gardee and the glorious Strauss Blue Danube Waltz.
The jovial atmosphere, stunning setting and musical programme form a magical celebration and a spectacular climax to the Hever 2021 season.
Grab your Union Jack, picnic and all things British. It’s time to celebrate!
As well as its renowned work in the UK, the Brandenburg Sinfonia is also in great demand abroad and has in recent years visited France, USA, Bermuda, the Channel Islands, Barbados, Cyprus, Malta and Russia.
The varied range of activities undertaken by the orchestra includes a major concert series at St Martin-in-the-Fields and a Classical Music cruise on the QE2. One of the recent highlights was an International Opera Gala conducted by Richard Bonynge in the presence of HRH Prince Charles.
A large number of artists of international standing have worked with the orchestra including Richard Bonynge, Yvonne Kenny, Emmanuel Hurwitz, Lesley Garrett, John Georgiadis, John Wallace, Emma Kirkby, James Bowman and Gordon Hunt. Its repertoire ranges from Bach to Lloyd Webber and its members give over one hundred performances of orchestral, chamber, choral and operatic music during the year.
2 hours, including interval
Reserved covered seating £30
Grass tickets £20
Reserved covered seating Friends £27
Discounted Theatre and Gardens Ticket Adult £41.20 Child £36.30
Pre-theatre suppers can be reserved with your ticket purchase.
Enter via the Lake View car park and choose your picnic spot either by the lake, in the Rose Garden or on the Theatre lawn. Social distancing measures are in place, you can choose where you picnic as long as you abide by them. When you move to the theatre you will see we have reduced the capacity so the chairs within each row can be grouped according to your bubble. This ensures that bubbles can social distance effectively.