Children's Classic Concerts: Broomstick Ride

Sat 27 Oct 2018, 3.00PM
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Owen and Olly Presenter

Join CCC and the RSNO for a hair-raising flying adventure this Halloween. Grab your Nimbus 2000 (or your Firebolt if you upgraded) and soar to new heights meeting Witches, Wizards and Valkyries along the way!

Featuring a very special performance of ‘We Can Fly’ written by Oliver Cox, performed by young pupils with additional support needs across Glasgow and Edinburgh. This piece proves that ‘you can do anything, you just have to try’.

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Tickets

Adult £11–£16; Child £7–£10; Concessions (OAP, Unwaged, Full-time Student) £7–£10; Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £33–£47; Babes in arms under 12 months go free

Discounts

Adult £11–£16; Child £7–£10; Concessions (OAP, Unwaged, Full-time Student) £7–£10; Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £33–£47; Babes in arms under 12 months go free

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Featured Artists

 Owen and Olly

Owen and Olly Presenter

Described by The Daily Telegraph as ‘brimming with style and panache’, in recent years O Duo have won a Special Commissioning Award from the Borletti-Buitoni Trust and been appointed Artistic Directors of the Children’s Classic Concerts series in Scotland revealing their artistic quality, passion for commissioning new repertoire and dedication to education work.

Renowned for their ‘phenomenal artistry’ (The Daily Telegraph), O Duo have performed across the world. Highlights include appearing twice at the BBC Proms, at the Last Night of the Proms in Hyde Park and most recently to give the premiere of Wilful Chants by Stephen Montague with the BBC Symphony Chorus, recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Cheltenham and City of London Festivals. O Duo gave the premiere of Stephen McNeff’s Concert O-Duo at the Barbican as part of BBC Symphony Orchestra’s 80th birthday concert, and have performed an eclectic repertoire including Bartók’s Sonata with Artur Pizzarro and Vita Panomariovaite, and music by Moondog (the iconic American composer) at the Barbican.