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10 Sep 2022 - 11 Sep 2022

Yorkshire Proms at The Piece Hall

Price: £15 – 95

Event description

7.30pm-10.30pm

For the first time in its history, The Piece Hall is hosting a dedicated Proms night featuring the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.

Coinciding with the last night of the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in London the Yorkshire Proms aims to offer northern audiences a comparable live experience on 10 September 2022.

Audiences can expect all the Proms hits, with Jerusalem and Land of Hope and Glory, alongside popular classics from Rodgers and Bernstein, and the epic Nessun Dorma.

There will of course be a Yorkshire twist, with an interpretation of Ilkley Moor Baht’at and A Yorkshire Overture, a piece written by conductor, composer and musician, Ben Crick.

The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra was established in Leeds in 1947 and disbanded in 1955 but the 50-strong orchestra reformed in the spring of 2021 as a direct result of the pandemic to support northern musicians hit hard by the virus and closure of live events.

Tickets £15-£95

  • Platinum £95 – includes premium seat and a 3-course dinner in The Trading Rooms
  • Gold £70 – includes premium seat and canapés and Prosecco in The Astronomer
  • Silver £40 – second tier of seats
  • Bronze £30 – third tier of seats
  • Value £15 – balconies

£1.50 booking fee per transaction.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 20 May but members of The Piece Hall have access to a presale from 10am on Thursday 19 May.

 

Accessibility Information:

  • The Piece Hall has a fully accessible lift available at both the South and West Gates. Please note that the manoeuvrability access at the North lift is restricted.
  • Wheelchair accessible toilets are available at The Piece Hall, all of which are gender free.
  • The closest changing places accessible rest rooms are located at Square Chapel and Eureka. Further details can be found on the Changing Places website changing-places.org
  • The Piece Hall is an historic building and as such there are some un-even surfaces. We ask that you take care when moving around the building.
  • Should you have any questions the Welcome Centre is open daily and the team are happy to answer any questions. Duty Managers are always on hand in the courtyard to offer directions and assistance where required.

View our full accessibility guide here. 

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