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Dvorak´s stirring cello concerto in Ely Cathedral

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One of Britain’s best known masters of the cello, Raphael Wallfisch, returns to Ely Cathedral on Saturday 1st October to play one of the most poignant pieces in the cello repertoire, Dvorak’s 2nd cello concerto in B minor with the Ely Sinfonia. The concert, which will be one of the highlights of the year for Ely Sinfonia and Ely Cathedral, also includes Wagner's stirring overture to Tannhauser and the ever popular Hary Janos suite by Kodaly.

One of Britain’s best known masters of the cello, Raphael Wallfisch, returns to Ely Cathedral on Saturday 1st October to play one of the most poignant pieces in the cello repertoire, Dvorak’s 2nd cello concerto in B minor with the Ely Sinfonia.  The concert, which will be one of the highlights of the year for Ely Sinfonia and Ely Cathedral, also includes Wagner's stirring overture to Tannhauser and the ever popular Hary Janos suite by Kodaly.

Ely Cathedral, Saturday 1 October 2011, 7.30pm – Ely Sinfonia conducted by Steve Bingham

For further information, please contact: Patricia Mathieson, Ely Sinfonia, May Tree House, 32 High Street, Wicken, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 5XR Tel: 01353 721991  Email: publicity@elysinfonia.co.uk.