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Bedford Sinfonia

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Join the Bedford Sinfonia and guests to enjoy a captivating programme in our first concert of 2023.

Mozart’s lively and lyrical serenade for winds (K375) opens the concert. Star Tenor Peter Hoare and eminent horn player Brendan Thomas then join the Sinfonia to perform Benjamin Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, a beguiling setting of six poems about the Night, framed by a Prologue and Epilogue performed by solo horn.

The concert concludes with a perennial favourite – Beethoven’s celebrated ‘Eroica’ symphony. Groundbreaking in its time, this expansive work, rich in emotion and inspired by the French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte, arguably heralds the start of the Romantic era.


Soloists Peter Hoare (Tenor) and Brendan Thomas (Horn)

Conductor Michael Rose

Mozart Serenade for winds, in E flat, K375

Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings

Beethoven Symphony No. 3 (Eroica)

Main Auditorium, St Paul’s Square, Bedford MK40 1SL
Main Auditorium
Tiered and StallsUnreserved seating
Ticket Prices
Show Date & Time
Sat 21st Jan7:30pm
Opening Times
Bar & Box Office7:00 pm
Doors7:00 pm
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  • Sat 21 Jan7:30pmBook

Telephone bookings please call01234 718044

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Transaction Fee
All online bookings are subject to a £3.15 transaction fee. All bookings over £8.00 made in person or via telephone are subject to a £2.12 transaction fee. This fee is applicable per booking, not per ticket. VAT is included in the price of all tickets purchased on our website or via the Box Office.

In common with general theatre practice, we regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase, except where a show is cancelled. We can accept your tickets for resale, but the venue’s unsold tickets will take priority. A charge of £1.00 will be made if tickets are sold on your behalf.

Tickets can be reserved for a period of 7 days. No unpaid reservations can be accepted in the 4 days prior to a performance.

To avoid disturbing the audience and performers, latecomers to some shows may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.

Is described as a ticket fee which covers, venue repair or replacement, front of house staffing and any other costs needed to run an event this is charged at varied rates depending on demand for the event.