“Spring Concert: Coventry Orchestra Performs Peter and the Wolf for Children’s Audience”

Coventry’s Heart of England Co-operative Concert Orchestra is set to bring an enchanting musical experience for children this spring. The orchestra, sponsored by the Heart of England Cooperative Society, has been bringing music to Coventry for over 100 years and is now preparing for its 106th year.

On March 16th, at 3pm, the orchestra will present Prokofiev’s timeless tale of Peter and the Wolf, along with other pieces such as Toy Symphony, Cinderella, The Typewriter, Theme from E.T, and Danse Macabre. Narration for the performance will be provided by actor and presenter, Iain Lauchlan. The concert will take place at Bethel Church in Spon End, Coventry and tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £7.50 for concessions, and £1 for children under 16. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance through https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/coventry/bethel-church/spring-concert/e-zmmgad.

In addition to providing an afternoon of musical entertainment, the concert will also be raising funds for two charities – Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind and Ninety Nine to One. Last year, the orchestra raised over £1860 for charities such as Coventry and Warwickshire Mind, UNICEF, and Global Care.

The orchestra is currently recruiting new members and encourages anyone interested to contact them and inquire about attending a rehearsal. Interested individuals can visit their website at www.coventrycooporchestra.org.uk. Don’t miss out on this family-friendly event and bring the whole family for an afternoon of music and support for a good cause.

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