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St John’s Orchestra at Worcester Cathedral

St John’s Orchestra at Worcester Cathedral was a night to remember, it feels like it was only yesterday I was invited to go see Charlotte Moore (Award winning Violist prodigy) perform inside the beautiful Worcester Cathedral. The evening starting with me arriving a little early so I could get a good seat, couldn’t be to far in the back.. However, because of how beautiful the sound was it echoed and amplified throughout I could of been sat right in the back and still heard the amazing music channel through the building.

James Vincent Worcester Orchestra

Every minute was just absolutely amazing, my ears were being treated to the wonderful orchestra play hour after hour of fantastic music!

The minute they started I couldn’t help my eyes and ears become totally memorised by everyone there! Each person played their instruments to the highest standards, like a metal chain each link was strong and worked together to create music that I will never forget.

St Johns Orchestra

Charlotte’s solo piece was particularly incredible with the whole audience captivated by the sound she produced, I’ve never seen someone play so fast, I physically couldn’t keep my eyes off her!

If you have never seen an orchestra perform then I definitely recommend starting with St John’s from Bromsgrove and if you have I recommended it even more to spend the time to see them in action.

Try something new, mix up your week with a performance from the St John’s orchestra. If you want to know more details please do message me or email me at contact@jamesvincent.life and I will be happy to answer any questions you have.

Orchestra of St John, Bromsgrove www.osjbromsgrove.org

Charlotte Moseley www.charlottemoseley.co.uk

Photo credits to Phil Harrison www.philharrisonphotography.co.uk.

Have a lovely day,