KIRKCALDY ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY presents Fact and Fiction 2 Winter, the second programme of its 2018/2019 season ‘Fact and Fiction’ on Sunday 16th December in Kirkcaldy’s Old Kirk. There will be two performances, at 2pm and 4pm.
Under the themed title of ‘Fact and Fiction’, the season’s programmes of music are influenced by stage, screen, radio, theatre and general media. A highly successful first concert was given at the start of October in the Orchestra’s home, the Old Kirk, Kirkcaldy.
The Winter programme continues the long established annual tradition of a narrated story with music, something which KOS started away back in 1985. This year, the featured story is The Tale of The Red Etin in a brand new version with music by John Gourlay. Joining the orchestra for the story are Narrator Sandra Taylor and the Langtoun Singers.
Christmas music will feature strongly in the programme too with a variety of approaches to the season. In addition to their role in The Red Etin, the Langtoun Singers will give their own performance and also lead the audience in a carol sing-along, another traditional feature of KOS December concerts.
KOS has been working very hard in preparation and is delighted to learn of audience anticipation given the high level of ticket sales to date. There are very few tickets left but availability can be confirmed through members, by contacting email@example.com or by phoning 07770 332812.
Tickets should be secured in advance as there will be no on-the-day seating expansion over the capacity