The Sprightly OboesPosted on 2nd Dec 2016 15:46:29 by Admin
Symphony concertgoers may not even notice that the first instrument they hear as the orchestra tunes up, is the oboe. To that piercing opening note, the strings, brass, and the rest of the wind …read more
The Grim Reality of the trenchesPosted on 16th Nov 2016 15:55:20 by Admin
We were very busy last week! We went along to Hull People’s Memorial to take some pictures in a WW1 trench. We also spoke to journalists about our concert on Saturday 26 November, 7.00pm, at Hull …read more
World's top composer visits HullPosted on 14th Jul 2016 11:35:20 by Admin
Karl Jenkins, the world’s most popular living classical composer visited Hull on Monday 27 June.
He is working on a commission from Hull Philharmonic Orchestra to write a 15-minute work …read more
New slant to Queen classic as Hull Philharmonic plays the greatest rhapsodiesPosted on 9th May 2016 09:47:41 by Admin
It’s a Beelzebub of an anthem that has astonished, amused, perplexed and rocked the socks off music fans for more than four decades.
Now Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is to take …read more
Cellists of the Hull PhilharmonicPosted on 14th Apr 2016 17:05:30 by Admin
Four cellists from the Hull Phil – Jim Gillespie, Chris Pollock, Lynne Gill & Stephen Cook – ventured out to the wilds of Welwick on the afternoon of Sunday 17th April to …read more
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