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FIESTA: A Night of Passion

Hastings Sinfonia is working on their most exciting concert yet. Their summer concert will be FIESTA: A Night Of Passion, to be held at St Mary in the Castle on Saturday 6 July at 7.30pm. Sandra Goodsell, chair of Hastings Sinfonia, writes.

Tomasina Trezise will be performing opera favourites at Hastings Sinfonia's winter concert.

Hastings Sinfonia present a winter concert at St John’s

Now in its seventh year of performing popular classical music and opera favourites, the Hastings Sinfonia Orchestra presents its winter concert on Saturday 26 January at St John the Evangelist church. Sandra Goodsell, the orchestra’s chair, describes what waits in store.

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Hastings Sinfonia’s Winter Concert

Hastings Sinfonia’s Winter Concert at 7.30pm on Saturday 27 January at St John the Evangelist, Brittany Road, St Leonards-on-Sea TN38 0RD. Tickets are just £10 in advance or £12 at the door. Children under the age of 16 are free (ticket required). Tickets available from: The Tourist Information Office, Aquila House, Hastings or via TicketSource (booking line 0333 666 3366) or 

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Saturday night’s alright for . . Hastings Sinfonia

Hastings Sinfonia is now a well-established feature of the Hastings music season, presenting what they themselves describe as ‘popular, well-known classics together with some exciting new works giving a balanced programme suitable for everyone.’ At the end of this month they’re showcasing their talent with a winter concert at St John the Evangelist Church in St Leonards. Toby Sargent leafs through the programme.

Thomasin Tresize rehearsing with the Hastings Sinfonia

A pride of Hastings musicians

The Hastings Sinfonia can be relied upon to present a programme of popular and melodic music which includes a good range of romantic classics, lesser known composers whose works are nevertheless immediately identifiable and the works of living composers which are melodic and accessible. This Saturday’s Winter Concert is no exception, writes Chris Cormack.

Sophie Pullen and Gary Marriott at the Kino Teatr

The Russian Voice: A Musical Journey

Soprano Sophie Pullen, tenor Gary Marriott together with pianist Francis Rayner and oboist, Susan Hutton present an evening of the classical music that formed the soundtrack of Russia’s musical life from the mid 19th century – Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Rachmaninov, Liszt, Grieg, Bellini and Verdi, writes Chris Cormack. Appropriately it is at Kino-Teatr.

Hastings Sinfonia at St John's earlier this year

Hastings Sinfonia for your pleasure

The Hastings Sinfonia present a concert of ‘Midsummer  Melodies’ for your enjoyment, writes Chris Cormack. The orchestra consists of local talented amateur and professional musicians, who meet twice a month throughout the year. The conductor is Derek Carden, who travels from London especially to conduct the Hastings Sinfonia, and the leader is professional violinist and teacher Peter Fields, who has played in many of the great English orchestras.

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