The Green Planet (The Halle) - Schools Only Concerts
THE GREEN PLANET
FRIDAY 10 MARCH 2023, 10.45am and 1pm
SHEFFIELD CITY HALL
A themed concert for schools looking at the environmental issues facing planet Earth and what we are doing as human beings to try and remedy the situation. This concert blends music from the standard orchestral repertoire with film scores and more popular pieces with which the children may be familiar. During the concert the young people learn about key elements of music and the orchestra. Each concert includes live video enabling the whole audience to see the instruments of the orchestra more easily.
There will be 2 concerts (10:45am and 1pm) designed for KS2 & KS3 the programme will include a song which all of the audience will join in with. There will be an FREE online CPD session to aid with your planning for this concert (date and time TBC).
The tickets are £5 for all attending (£7.50 for non Sheffield schools) please note there are no refunds available. With no limit being set you can bring as many classes as there is space for – last time a couple of schools brought the whole of KS2!
If you would like to book a place now to secure your preferred time (the morning concert is extremely popular and usually sell out first) then please complete the online booking form.
Please book your place by Friday 24 February 2023.
DANI HOWARD – Coalesce – Cut version – 4’
LILI BOULANGER – D’un Matin de Printemps – cut version – 4’
ANTONIN DVORAK – Symphony No. 9 From the New World – Scherzo – cut version – 4’
ANTONIO VIVALDI - Four Seasons – Finale – Presto ‘Summer’ (RNCM soloist) – 3’
QUINCY JONES/arr. DUNCAN – Soul Bossa Nova – 3’
JOHN WILLIAMS - Star Wars (desert planet)
The Phantom Menace - The Flag Parade – 4’
MARK & HELEN JOHNSON/arr. PICKETT – Life is a Wonderful Thing – 3’
RALPH VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS – Sinfonia Antarctica – Prelude (with cut) – 4’
HANS ZIMMER – Earth (BBC Ten Pieces Commission) - 6’ (permissions being checked by
CARL NIELSEN – Symphony No. 4, The Inextinguishable – Finale cut version – 5’
Delyana Lazarova conductor • Tom Redmond presenter