Sinfonia Viva will present Flutter & Fly, an interactive family concert, at Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley. on Saturday, 12 October 2019 at 2pm. There are still some tickets available.
Sinfonia Viva will present the amazing adventures of Rowan’s paper aeroplane, as it soars across the sky, meeting new friends along the way, including a bird, a space rocket and many more!
From the award winning team of Sinfonia Viva comes Flutter & Fly, a magical musical adventure chock-full of spectacular storytelling. Flitting birds, jet planes, a kite tied with string – all these and more are imaginatively portrayed in wonderful songs by composer and guitarist Jack Ross, accompanied by musicians from the Grammy-nominated orchestra.
Community arts officer June Mitchell said : "This will be the perfect show for children and the young at heart, featuring beautiful original songs and wonderful classics. Flutter & Fly creates an atmosphere that is as exciting as it is infectious!
"You’ll also get a fantastic CD and book of the story to take away with you absolutely free!"
Suitable for ages eight years and under
Tickets cost: Adults £7, Children £6 and are available from Beverley Library or call 01262 678258 or visit bridspa.com
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