Alina Orchestra returns for concert season in Milton Keynes

    Following a successful first season,  brand new orchestra - Alina Orchestra - returns for its second full concert season in Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire.

    Alina is a new professional orchestra created by Chief Executive Nick Cutts and led by Musical Director, Hilary Davan Wetton.

    Alina has just announced its new 22/23 season of concerts and outreach.

    The orchestra will perform a series of concerts in Milton Keynes starting with ‘Alluring Classics’ at 7.30pm on 1 October at The Venue MK. Information can be found here.

    Now that audiences have started to return to concert halls, the orchestra wants to remind them of the power and beauty of live classical music - something that cannot be replicated outside of concert venues.

    "For me, it was a really emotional occasion - I don’t think I’d quite grasped how much I’d missed the power, energy and beauty that an orchestra generates," said one Audience Member

    The concert will feature classical favourites such as the Hebrides Overture by Mendelssohn, Symphony no.1 by Beethoven and the ever popular ‘The Lark Ascending’ by Vaughan Williams.

    Local soloist and Classic FM’s ‘Young Star’, Cristian Grajner de Sa joins the orchestra as violinist for the beautiful Lark Ascending.

    Alina is an orchestra that believes ‘Music is for everyone’, with the aim of making the audience to feel welcome, comfortable and relaxed as they enjoy the music accompanied by interaction from Musical Director, Hilary Davan Wetton.

    Founded by Chief Executive, Nick Cutts in 2017, the orchestra creates concerts that introduce audiences to classical music by presenting them in a friendly and approachable way, taking audiences on a musical journey of artistic excellence and captivating performances, led by renowned Musical Director, Hilary Davan Wetton.

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