Book tickets for the Relaxed Prom 2018: https://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/proms/bbc-proms-2018/prom-59-relaxed-prom Relaxed events are suitable for children and adults with autism, sensory and communication impairments and learning disabilities as well as individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind and partially sighted. During the events there is a relaxed attitude to movement and noise in the auditorium. (There are over 80 musicians in some orchestras, so it will be loud!) You can move about, dance, sing or just listen. ‘Chill-out’ spaces outside the auditorium are available.
For the first time in its 120 year history, the BBC Proms welcomed Radio 1 to turn the hallowed Royal Albert Hall in to the euphoric madness of Ibiza. Pete Tong, Jules Buckley and the Heritage Orchestra transformed dance classics in to orchestral masterpieces with the help of John Newman and Ella Eyre.
Sarah Connolly (mezzo-soprano) sings Rule Britannia during Last Night of the Proms '09, inside the Royal Albert Hall. BBC SO's David Robertson conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus.
SUBSCRIBE for more BBC highlights: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn Last Night of the Proms 2014. Sakari Oramo conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D major ('Land of Hope and Glory'). For more exclusive videos and photos from this Prom, go to: http://www.bbc.co.uk/proms/whats-on/2014/september-13/15146
From the Last Night of the Proms 2016 with Juan Diego Flórez, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Sakari Oramo. Catch up on all of the performances from the night at http://www.bbc.co.uk/proms
A Hyperscape Body Swap Ticket Mini Scene Plus Matt Smith & Jenna-Louise Coleman Appear In The Orchestra And Interrupt The Prom. Doctor Who returns to the Proms to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the popular BBC series. As well as showcasing Murray Gold's music from the past eight years, the concert also journeys back to the early days of Doctor Who and the groundbreaking work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Featuring special guests from the series, big screens and a host of monsters ready to invade the Royal Albert Hall, this is not the year to be exterminated!
Imagine a music festival that attracts the best orchestras in the world, has an eclectic programme and an ethos of access and high quality. Imagine if this was made by the BBC... Find more at https://www.bbc.co.uk/proms
Many people's perception of the Proms is taken from the Last Night, although this concert is very different from the others. It usually takes place on the second Saturday in September, and is broadcast in the UK on BBC Radio 3, and on BBC2 (first half) and BBC1 (second half). The concert is traditionally in a lighter, 'winding-down' vein, with popular classics being followed by a series of British patriotic pieces in the second half of the concert. This sequence traditionally includes Edward Elgar's "Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1" (to part of which "Land of Hope and Glory" is sung) and Henry Wood's "Fantasia on British Sea Songs", followed by Thomas Arne's "Rule, Britannia!". However, the "Fantasia" did not feature from 2008 to 2011, though "Rule, Britannia!" has retained its place in the programme in its own right. The full "Fantasia" re-appeared in 2012, but was again absent from the 2013 concert. The concert concludes with Hubert Parry's "Jerusalem" (a setting of a poem by William Blake), and the British national anthem, in recent years in an arrangement by Benjamin Britten. The repeat of the Elgar March at the Last Night can be traced to the spontaneous audience demand for a double encore at its premiere at a 1901 Proms concert. The closing sequence of the second half became fully established in 1954 during Sargent's tenure as chief conductor of the Proms. The Prommers have made a tradition of singing "Auld Lang Syne" after the end of the concert, but it was not included in the programme until 2015
Breaking News | BBC Proms - Proms in the Park 2018, London - How to Buy Tickets - BBC Radio 3 Breaking News | BBC Proms - Proms in the Park 2018, London - How to Buy Tickets - BBC Radio 3 General Admission: £45 (+ £3.20 booking fee, additional transaction fees may apply) General Admission to the event. 1 ticket required per person. Children under 3 years of age do not require a ticket. Children under 18 are not permitted unless accompanied by an adult aged 18 and above. Visit the Terms & Conditions page for more details. Tickets For Disabled Customers Disabled customers should purchase tickets via one of the agents listed above. We then ask you to complete and submit an access re... SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMjaOmdSqkcKmrntN5TF4Q Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/World-Breaking-News-1801911953358902/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/trinhhuuminhly Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101746655803030079868 Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/adanjanuzai/ Wedsite : http://www.bbc.com/news Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/world_breaking_news_tv/ Source : http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/935295624?-: Thanks For Watching Video. Please SUBSCRIBE
Buy tickets: http://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2017/alison-balsom-and-friends/ One of Britain’s most beloved classical musicians, trumpet-player Alison Balsom, will return to the Royal Albert Hall next year for Alison Balsom and Friends. Alongside works by Purcell and Piazzolla, and extracts from the score to The Globe’s Gabriel, the programme features performances of trumpet voluntaries by Vivaldi and Bach with world class organist David Goode on the Royal Albert Hall’s 9,999 pipe organ. Plus, a world premiere performance of music for turntables and trumpet by Gabriel Prokofiev. This special one-off show will see the three-time Classic BRIT winner collaborate with some very special guests, including Big Band favourite Guy Barker.