Orchestra bringing the sounds and spectacle

THE Fulltone Orchestra is bringing 50 of the top musicians in the South West, with more than 100 singers from the Fulltone Chorus, The Blue Notes and Cirencester Male Voice Choir, for a special night of music at Wells Cathedral in February.

The music will include Karl Jenkins’ Adiemus, and several acclaimed choral works from film.

Adiemus is a work of epic proportions that challenged and changed the way classical music was perceived. It will be performed in Wells on Saturday, February 25, as part of a four-date tour, along with some celebrated choral works from film – Conquest of Paradise (Vangelis), Hymn to The Fallen (John Williams), Somewhere In My Memory (John Williams), Titanic Suite (James Horner), Jewel of The Fate (John Williams) and Chariots of Fire/Jerusalem (Vangelis).

Anthony Brown, The Fulltone Orchestra’s Musical Director and Conductor, said: “We know every performance of this groundbreaking works of music, plus the other stunning musical masterpieces, will be magical and can’t wait for our audiences to hear it for themselves.”

The performance in Wells Cathedral on February 25 starts at 7.30pm. For tickets and more information, visit www.fto.org.uk/karl-jenkins-symphonic-adiemus