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The Doctors’ Orchestra Concert at Cadogan Hall

2 March 2020Visit websiteBook tickets

A very special Tenth Anniversary gala concert with the Doctors’ Orchestra at London’s esteemed Cadogan Hall, in aid of Freedom from Torture.

Brahms – Tragic Overture
Strauss – Death and Transfiguration
Brahms – Academic Festival Overture
Strauss – Horn Concerto No.1
Strauss – Waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier

Following the success of last year’s sell-out concert, the talented musicians in The Doctors’ Orchestra are once again coming together to play in support of survivors of torture.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the first Doctors’ Orchestra concert for Freedom from Torture and the orchestra has chosen a programme of works by two strongly contrasting German romantic composers, Johannes Brahms and Richard Strauss.
The concert will conclude with Strauss’s thrilling Horn Concerto no. 1, performed by the virtuoso soloist Alexander Edmundson - co-principal horn in the London Symphony Orchestra, and the second set of waltzes from Strauss’s opera Der Rosenkavalier.
Freedom from Torture is a charity which supports survivors of torture rebuild their lives in the safety of the UK. The funds raised from this concert will allow Freedom from Torture to provide psychological support and group counselling in areas such as music and art, while also offering vital legal and welfare aid.

Tickets: £32, £25, £15
Book online or call 020 7730 4500

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