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Here are a few pics from the last Night Shift event on 20 May by Joe Plommer. Our next Night Shift will be on 15 October – details announced duing August.

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Ooops! It’s been a while since we have posted anything – apologies! It certainly doesn’t mean that the Orchestra hasn’t been doing anything – we’ll do a post next week about what the OAE is up to over the summer.

Orchestra pit

Orchestra pit

One of the things we’re up to is playing down at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, where we are the

Auditorium

Auditorium

Associate Orchestra. A couple of weeks ago the office team was lucky enough to go to the final rehearsal of Handel’s Giulio Cesare. Its a fantastic production full of energy, passion and Bollywood dance moves! Here are a couple of pictures we snatched just before curtain-up.

A selection of recent reviews:

23 April, The Night Shift, Queen Elizabeth Hall
Guardian

5 May, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Middle Temple Hall
Time Out
Evening Standard

15 May, Bonduca, Kings Place
The Times

20 May, Romantic Connections, Queen Elizabeth Hall
Classical Source

OAE on Twitter

  • And now to play us out, the Chorale we sang earlier, but this time set by Buxtehude @KingsPlace posted 10 hours ago
  • "It's not one of those happy jolly cantatas," says @robhowarth. "It's a little bit angsty but very good for the soul." posted 11 hours ago
  • .@robhowarth now introduces today's cantata (BWV109), premiered this week in 1723. posted 11 hours ago
  • "The universe seems to conform to rational mathematical laws that can be reproduced in a computer." posted 11 hours ago
  • "You can see Bach in the symmetry of the universe" continues Carlos @KingsPlace posted 11 hours ago
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