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Eroica by The Little Orchestra

Eroica by The Little Orchestra

The Little Orchestra return with their uniquely relaxed and unpretentious approach to classical music.

4 May 2017 - 5 May 2017 | Visit website | Book tickets

Join The Little Orchestra at Oval Space this May for a voyage of discovery as they perform one of the all-time great symphonies, Beethoven’s era-defining Eroica. Forged as a powerful expression of the human and spiritual ideals he held close to his heart, Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony tells the story of a hero's journey towards fulfilment.

Unwind from the stresses of your week; catch up with friends, enjoy a cocktail and a bite to eat on the terrace, and settle down to listen to some lovely classical music with drink in hand. After the concert, return to the bar and socialise with drinks and live jazz.

The Little Orchestra Present Eroica at Oval Space, Thursday 4 & Friday 5 May 2017.

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