We are proud to be one of the sponsors at this the 17th Lichfield Proms in the Park.
It's a really great way to end the summer with family and friends, enjoy a picnic, a glass or two or just sit back and enjoy the wonderful music and firework display to end off the evening.
The British Police Symphony Orchestra are busy rehearsing, in readiness for this year’s free Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park, on Saturday 5 September.
The 65-piece orchestra will lead the main concert at 7.30pm. The conductor, Richard Jenkinson, will be joined on stage once again by experienced compere, Danny Mizon.
Together they will take concert-goers through the main programme on the night, which includes music inspired by war, including fanfares, cavalry marches and the film scores from Saving Private Ryan and War Horse.
There will also be music from the Bond films and Austin Powers, as well as all the proms favourites.
Richard Jenkinson, Music Director & Conductor of the British Police Symphony Orchestra, said: “Our musical programme has something for everyone with recognisable film scores to classical hits, rounding the evening off with patriotic proms anthems that are sure to get everyone waving their flags.”
The proms will also feature the three singers, Claire Prewer, Jane Stevenson and Richard Coxon. They will be singing highlights from the opera Turandot, and proms favourites such Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.
The Rotary Club of Lichfield St Chad are also proud to be supporting this year’s Lichfield Proms.
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