Win a pair of tickets to Manchester Camerata’s New Year’s Day performance at The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester Camerata redefines what an orchestra can do. It pops up in all sorts of places, from concert halls to care homes, and collaborates with diverse artists, from classical superstars to iconic band, New Order. A registered charity, it pioneers research in music-led dementia therapy, and the Camerata in the Community programme uses music to help young and older people in the community to overcome barriers in their lives.
Jeni Bern will join Manchester Camerata to help blow away the cobwebs and start your New Year in the right way with its annual Viennese Gala on New Year’s Day. A lucky winner can be there, and also receive a CD of the Camerata’s Mozart recordings.
For your chance of winning a pair of tickets, sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘Manchester Camerata: New Year’.
Closing date: November 25, 2019
A winner will be picked at random and notified by November 25, 2019
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