In March 2019, the Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society breaks new ground with a concert in Anstruther and members are looking forward to performing in The Waid Academy on Friday 22nd March at 7.30pm.
The Orchestra has been welcomed to The Waid Academy by the Rector and Community Use and the players will be excited to have a large audience to appreciate their efforts.
The year’s theme has programme content based on music connected to theatre, stage, films and the written word. The March concerts programme includes The Yeomen of the Guard Overture, the Radio 4 UK Theme, music by Eric Coates and also features a special violinist, Alison Miller from Lundin Links and a former pupil and Head Girl of The Waid Academy. She will play the Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso and some other short pieces. The programme will also feature the first performances of a new piece ‘Paragon of Vice’ written by Isobel Grieve, a sixth year student at Madras College and who was invited to write for the orchestra after her successful involvement in the KOS Composition project last March.
Tickets for are available from members of the Orchestra and by phoning Maureen on 07770 332812.