Sun, 26 Jun|
The Bawtree Hall, Hazelwood School
NDCO's Summer Concert 2022 to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Join us to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at the Bawtree Hall , Baily building, Hazelwood School, Oxted on Sunday 26th June at 5.30 pm.
Time & Location
26 Jun 2022, 17:30 – 19:30
The Bawtree Hall, Hazelwood School, Oxted RH8 0QU, UK
Join us to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on Sunday 26th June at 5.30pm. With special guest composer and pianist Nick Drewe and solos by Mel Holt ( violin ) and Dana Hakl ( cello ). Soprano Laura Carew Gibbs to lead us in the singing of Sound of Music, I Vow to Thee My Country, Land of Hope and Glory and God Save the Queen.
Open to all. Under 18s free.
We will be playing music from:
- Crown Imperial - William Walton
- Die Fledermaus -Johann Strauss
- I Vow to Thee My Country - Gustav Holst
- Ode To Joy Festival - Ludvig van Beethoven
- Pomp and Circumstance March Number 1 - Edward Elgar
- The Sound of Music Selction - Rodgers and Hammerstein
- Themes from Scheherazade - Rimsky Korsakov
- Somerhill Rhapsody by Nick Drewe - who will also be accompanying on the piano.
- God Save the Queen
We will be serving audience refreshments during the interval on the terrace. There will be a choice of drinks. There is no charge for refreshments, though donations , preferably cash, are always welcome after the performance.
Please bring your ticket with you so that we can check you in. Tickets can be printed out or shown open on a mobile phone. If you don’t have a printer or a mobile phone, please make a note of the long number on your ticket and give your name, or the name of the person who booked your ticket, to the people checking you in.
We would like to keep everyone as safe as possible. There will be vulnerable people present both in the orchestra and in our audience. Please do not attend if you are likely to be infectious; if you are unwell or are testing positive for Covid-19.
Hand sanitiser is provided throughout the premises. Please use upon entry/exit and using the toilets as a minimum to protect others.
We are continuing to give each other space as much as possible.
You are very welcome to wear a face covering if you wish, of course.
Hazelwood School - our very kind hosts
Access is limited to the car parks, the Baily Building, the external steps beside the Baily Building and the terrace immediately outside the Bawtree Hall. Please do not explore other areas of the site.
There are two lifts in the Baily Building, both have very limited capacity and must be reserved for people with disabilities and their carers, with no more than two people using a lift at any one time. Overloading leads to lift breakdowns...
Noise outside should be kept to a minimum so as not to disturb neighbours.
Adult ticket. If your party includes people with limited mobility or limited vision or balance, they should book a front seat along with one other to accompany them. Other party members are asked to book general admission tickets and sit behind in the second row.£7.50Sale ended
Free ticket for under 18s.£0.00Sale ended
Front row - limited mobility
Our seating is in 'grandstand' type banked seating. Some people with limited mobility or limited vision/balance find climbing up the seating very difficult. They should request a reserved front row seat. Wheel Chair users should book these spaces as well and will be in front of the front row.£7.50