Leeds Castle Open Air Classical Concert Tickets
Leeds Classical Open Air Classical Concert
The Leeds Classical Open Air Classical Concert is one of the biggest and most revered events in classical music. It's heading into its 37th year and will feature some of the biggest names in entertainment on the stage this year. It's a huge festival that attracts over 10,000 people every year to hear classical music and other great songs out on an open lawn in a beautiful setting.
This event takes place only once a year so, if you're planning to attend, it's best to get your Leeds Classical Open Air Classical Concert tickets soon. It's a summer event that takes place on a Saturday and features music and food throughout the evening with the festivities continuing until 11:30 p.m.
One of the best things to look forward to about this year's Leeds Classical Concert is a performance by the country's own dancing stars James and Ola Jordan, who plan on teaching the entire crowd a Viennese Waltz while they're onstage. Ola, famous for her dancing skills, has been out of the scene for some time after a nasty knee injury she sustained in 2013 while filming a reality TV show. Now that they're both back on their feet, a return to the stage in a 900-year-old castle in Leeds seems like just the way to reintroduce their routine and make themselves available to their fans again.
This event features a spectacular lineup that pretty much spans all interests. It opens with The Definitive Rat Pack, a band that's live from Las Vegas who have spent time performing in London's West End as well as on many international tours. Then audiences can enjoy the lulling sounds of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been delighting audiences around the world with its phenomenal talent and mastery of many of the world's greatest composers. Perhaps the most entertaining and hilarious part of the show will be the Viennese dance led by former "Dancing with the Stars" idols, James and Ola Jordan.
The Royal Philharmonic is one of the best-known orchestras in the world. They have put out many amazing albums that appeal to fans of classical music and music lovers in general. "Hooked on Classics," which was released in 1981, continues to be one of their most popular albums. Royal Philharmonic plays Abba is a tribute to the Swedish band Abba and their music and was incredibly popular. The Definitive Rat Pack has a number of live albums and DVDs from Las Vegas that have helped them gain a huge following from jazz and swing lovers as well.
This concert is entering its 37th year and is considered a highlight of the summer season. It began as a way to celebrate classical music and give residents of Leeds and surrounding areas a way to enjoy the weather and to encourage an interest in classical music. It has since become a staple of English culture.
This show is unique in that it attracts such a diverse audience. The Royal Philharmonic takes the stage with an air of confidence and grace and provides an airy and inspiring musical experience. The Definitive Brat Pack has a different approach - they love to interact with the crowd and to put some real flair into their live performances that get their audiences up and dancing. Likewise, James and Ola Jordan are sure to create a memorable and hilarious experience for anyone in attendance as they create an interactive dancing lesson based on the Viennese Waltz.
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