Gallop into the New Year from the court of Camelot to a café in Casablanca with Trianon Music Group for Trianon on Screen 2017.
The Group is delighted that Denis King will be attending their first concert of the new season at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. Denis is the Ivor Novello award winning composer of the enduring theme to Black Beauty – Galloping Home. The composer, who is now based in Suffolk, will be participating in a Q&A session before the concert starting at 6.30pm, so this will be a unique opportunity to discover more about the life and career of a local celebrity!
The themes of Royalty, Heroes and Love will be explored with music from The Madness of King George, The King and I, The Lion in Winter, Immortal Beloved and Dangerous Moonlight.
The movie maestro Ennio Morricone will be featured, with extracts from his Golden Globe and BAFTA award-winning soundtrack to The Mission. The movie mix will also feature favourites from Glenn Miller, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Mary Poppins.
Join Trianon for a “supercalifragilistic” evening at the Ipswich Corn Exchange on Saturday 7th January 2017 at 7.30pm. Call the Ticket Line on 01394 283170 or 07876 787029. Tickets priced from £9.50, concessions from £8.50, students and U16 from £5. No booking fee. Alternatively, book via Ipswich Entertainments online at http://www.ipswichregent.com or by telephone on 01473 433100. Booking fee of £1 per ticket.
• Visit www.tmg.org.uk for more details.