Royal Wootton Bassett Orchestra’s Autumn Concert celebrates local talent            

 Following their sell-out concert in Malmesbury Abbey in June, Royal Wootton Bassett   Orchestra are holding their Autumn Concert on Saturday September 28. Starting at   7.30  pm in Royal Wootton Bassett Memorial Hall, the concert is an evening of   concertos showcasing  talented members of the orchestra.

 The programme will include : Mozart Horn Concerto No 3, K.447, Krommer’s Concerto   for 2 Clarinets, Op 35 and Concerto for Oboe in C Minor by Cimarosa.

 Tickets, £8, are available on the door, from members of the orchestra or by emailing  Entrance is free to students and under 16’s.

 The concert will showcase a number of different instruments so it would be a good   way  to introduce your son/daughter to the many different instruments in an orchestra.

 There will be refreshments, a bar and raffle. Why not make it a family night out ?

 Royal Wootton Bassett Orchestra was founded in 1982. It is a friendly, fully inclusive   orchestra welcoming members from all walks of life, and all ages. Under the baton of   Alan Macrae, the orchestra plays a range of music centred around three major   concerts  a year and an open rehearsal. 

 This year the orchestra performed two Spring Concerts in May and June featuring   music from the movies.

 On October 12 the orchestra will hold its yearly Open Rehearsal. This year we will be   playing the 1st movements of Hadyn’s Symphony No 104 and Mendelssohn’s   Symphony   No 4.

 After that we will be busy rehearsing for our lively Christmas Concert to be held this   year on December 14 in St. Bartholomew’s Church, Royal Wootton Bassett.

 If you would like to join the orchestra please email the above contact email address,   message via Facebook or our website