There are plenty of musical treats in store for the audience at this September’s Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park.
The British Police Symphony Orchestra is busy rehearsing, in readiness for this year’s free Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park, on Saturday 3 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 film scores from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Harry Potter.
The audience will also be treated to Wagner’s Prelude to Act 3 of Lohengrin, Battle Symphony op.91 by Beethoven and Sea Songs by Henry Wood, as well as all the proms anthems.
Lichfield District Council’s free proms will also feature the two trained singers, Claire Prewer and Richard Coxon. They will be singing Highlights from Act 3 of Tosca by Puccini, and proms favourites such Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.
Councillor Andy Smith, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet Member for Leisure & Parks, said: “With top class music, al fresco dining in the beautiful surroundings of Beacon Park, and plenty of community spirit, our eighteenth Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park promises to be a fantastic event for the whole family. This year we’ve also got an exciting surprise during the main concert at the end of the first half, so make sure you don’t miss it!”
Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park is on Saturday 3 September. Children’s activities will start from 5.30pm, the City of Lichfield Concert Band will warm up the audience from 6pm and The British Police Symphony Orchestra will take to the stage at 7.30pm to play the main concert.
To find out more about Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park, including how to book prime seating in front of the stage, please visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/lichfieldproms
Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park would not be possible without the support from sponsors, which this year includes: Principal sponsor U+I, along with Police Mutual, the Lichfield St Chad Rotary Club, Hitchman’s Sebonig Properties Ltd, Lichfield Chamber of Trade and Commerce, Movecorp, Wilcox Refinishers, Strong Holdings, Prizm Solutions, The Best of Lichfield, Keelys LLP Solicitors, Merry Maids, PJS Autos, Secret Garden, Moseleys Solicitors, Beacon Street Garage, Blue Print Designs, Grosvenor Shutters, and grant sponsors Swinfen Broun Charitable Trust, Lichfield City Council, Lichfield Bid and Staffordshire County Councillors Caroline Wood, David S Smith, Terry Finn, Janet Eagland and Alan White – through Staffordshire Local Community Fund.