Recovery operation in progress......
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||Orchestra news item
||Fri, 26 Nov 2021
KIRKCALDY ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY, Fife's Community Orchestra, is pleased to continue its recovery following the recommencement of rehearsals in August 2021.
With one season 2021/22 concert already in the bag (October 2021), the orchestra is busy preparing its December presentation.
Keeping current restrictions in mind and with a weather eye on safety, the orchestra has stepped back from its usual December busy and multi-performance event and will be the sole performers where they are usually joined by the Langtoun Singers and Sandra Taylor, Narrator.
An exciting Winter/Christmas concert is nevertheless in preparation and will be given on Sunday 12th December at 3pm in the orchestra’s home, Kirkcaldy’s Old Kirk.
Recovering Connections, 2-Winter will feature a veritable winter wonderland of Sleigh Rides from Leroy Anderson, Frederic Delius, Albert Matt and even Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Other music includes the Overture on French Carols by Philip Lane, two movements from Victor Hely-Hutchinson's Carol Symphony, Leroy Anderson’s Christmas Festival and a new work for the orchestra by composer member John Gourlay, a fugue based on We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
There are only a few tickets left. If you would like to attend please click the book tickets link in the events tab on our website.