The Little Orchestra has announced a new concert at Porchester Hall in London.
The Little Orchestra, an organisation targeting a non-concert going audience, aims to remove the barriers between audience and music in their productions.
Porchester Hall has had quite the list of performers grace its stage from Pink Floyd to Amy Winehouse, Kylie Minogue to ELO! So we're so excited to be back there on 7th and 8th June to perform parts II & III of Handel's #Messiah! ?
? Grab your tix here: https://t.co/9NzgLtuDCr pic.twitter.com/kjcn3FwRfo
— TheLittleOrchestra (@thelittleorch) May 28, 2019
On June 7th and 8th 2019, The Little Orchestra will present an investigation of parts II and III of Handel’s Messiah at Porchester Hall in Bayswater, London.
During the upcoming performances, Conductor Nicholas Little will bring to life the stories behind the creation of the masterpiece and the composer’s life.
Acting as a compere throughout each performance, he will guide the audience and ensure the music is accessible. Speaking about the concerts, Nicholas Little told Encore Radio:
“The story is so often the key and we want to allow people to be able to tune into this. Once people have a sense of the story of the music, whether there are words or not, that really lights up the imagination and changes the way you hear the music. Suddenly it’s not just a whole bunch of noises, but a landscape or a scene or an emotional dynamic.”
A little #ThrowbackThursday to when we performed #Messiah Part 1 last year! ?Cannot wait to be back at Porchester Hall to perform parts 2 & 3 in just a few weeks!? Tickets from just £20: https://t.co/9NzgLtuDCr
? 7th – 8th June
? Doors open 6.30pm
?? Food & drink available! pic.twitter.com/anQEfL1WKO
— TheLittleOrchestra (@thelittleorch) May 23, 2019