SINFONIA ViVA will be conducted by young maestro Andrew Gourlay in Mozart's Symphony No 40, in G minor, and Schubert's high-spirited Fifth at the Royal Concert Hall next Friday.
Norwegian soloist Christian Ihle Hadland plays Saint-Saëns's Second Piano Concerto, once described as stretching from Bach to Offenbach.
Make sure of your tickets now for ViVA's gala on New Year's Eve, when the delightful Alexandra Dariescu returns to the RCH with Mozart's Piano Concerto No 26, the "Coronation".
NOTTINGHAM Harmonic Choir and the Orchestra da Camera stage Handel's Messiah at the Royal Concert Hall tomorrow (7pm) under director Richard Laing.
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Soprano Laurie Ashworth heads the soloists, and admission for children is free.
AT the city's Albert Hall tomorrow, the University of Nottingham Choir and Philharmonia present extracts from famous Russian operas. Glinka, Borodin and Josef Suk complete the fare – call Lakeside Arts Centre to book.
BENJAMIN Britten's cantata St Nicolas and seasonal music from around Europe will be given by the East of England Singers with Nottingham Youth Voices and the New Classical Players tomorrow at St John's, Carrington.
ON Sunday at St Barnabas' Cathedral, Derby Road, resident composer Alex Patterson directs the Cathedral Choir and Academy in programme featuring a Bach cantata and other works for Advent.
CONDUCTED by Martin Cropper, the budding string players of Concerto Grosso perform in the Founder Hall of Nottingham High School on Wednesday.
The piano and winds of the Hough Ensemble will visit the school's recital hall next Friday, bringing pieces by Beethoven, Rossini and Bruch.