The Nottingham Music Service & Karlsruhe Youth Orchestra

Youth Orchestra peak cavern poster pdf

Sunday 16th July 6 – 7.30

Unique in the Peak (Cavern)

Peak cavern to host 100 strong orchestra

Popular orchestra arrangements including theme tunes from Star Trek, Pirates of the Caribbean, Super Mario Brothers, Apollo 13 and much more…

 

Young musicians from Nottingham’s Robin Hood Youth Orchestra and Jugendorchester Stadt Karlsruhe in Germany perform this orchestral concert in one of UKs biggest caves.  Helping tackle homelessness – supporting work with rough sleepers in Sheffield.

Tickets – Seated £5 adults and £3 concessions and children (under 4’s free).  Standing £3 adults and £1 concessions and children (under 4’s free).

(Those in receipt of benefits please select “Student Concession” tickets)

To purchase tickets please scroll down to the ticket selector at the foot of this page.

 

Young musicians perform to tackle homelessness.

Framework is a charity that supports homeless and vulnerable people across the East Midlands.  They operate a Street Out-reach service and provide specialist accommodation and targeted support for over 11,000 vulnerable people each year.

The Nottingham Music service is a charity which provides every child in Nottingham City the opportunity to learn an instrument and play in an orchestra. This year they have chosen Framework as their partner charity. Along with the Karlsruhe youth orchestra from Germany, they will be fundraising for Framework through this event.

Proceeds will go towards funding Framework’s new Street-Outreach service to support rough sleepers in Sheffield.