Earth, the Oryx and the Unicorn

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Royal College of Music Vigala Singers under Barry Wordsworth and David Heath, with Wael Binali, composer, violinist Chloë Hanslip, pianist Amira Fouad, and Gary Kettel, percussion.

George Frideric Handel: 'Zadok the Priest' (featuring The Royal College of Music Vigala Singers)

Wael Binali: Suite World Première – a suite of pieces composed and orchestrated by Wael Binali dedicated to Qatar UK Year of Culture 2013 arranged by David C Heath

David Heath: 'Hope Springs Eternal' (world premiere dedicated to Qatar UK Year of Culture 2013 featuring the Royal College of Music Vigala Singers)

David Heath: Piano Concerto: El Hedeiya ('The Gift') – pianist Amira Foad

Wael Binali 'Earth' (world premiere): Plunder, II. Wound, III. Renewal, IV. Hope

Wael Binali: Shafallah Suite 3: 'The Oryx and the Unicorn' (world premiere)

Ralph Vaughan Williams: 'The Lark Ascending' – violinist Chloë Hanslip

Sir Edward Elgar: ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ March in D, Op 39

(Note: at 6.30pm, a pre-concert talk about Qatar UK 2013 Year of Culture Musical Celebration. Free to ticketholders.)

Event phone: 020 7730 4500
Event website: http://www.cadoganhall.com
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