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    Gaspard's Foxtrot

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    Wed 16 Feb, from 1pm
    Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Classical music
    £9 ⁠–⁠ £12
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    Gaspard's Foxtrot

    The latest tale in the delightful Gaspard the Fox series is narrated by the book’s author, Zeb Soanes, and soundtracked by the Philharmonia.

    Gaspard dreams of hearing an orchestra perform live – but humans don’t let foxes into their concerts!

    Gaspard boards the Number 38 bus and sets off on a musical adventure.

    The latest tale in the delightful Gaspard the Fox series for children is narrated by the book’s author, Zeb Soanes.

    Along with this enchanting new work, Soanes also narrates Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.

    With different themes and instruments representing Peter, his grumpy grandfather, and a cast of friendly and not-so-friendly animals, this classic of musical storytelling has introduced generations of young listeners to the wonderful world of the orchestra.

    Performers
    • Philharmonia Orchestra
    • Joel Sandelson conductor
    • Zeb Soanes narrator
    Repertoire
    • Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf
    • Jonathan Dove: Gaspard's Foxtrot (London premiere)

    Need to know

    Age recommendation

    For ages 5+

    Dates & times

    Wed 16 Feb, from 1pm
    Approximate run time: 60 mins.
    Run times may vary by up to 20 minutes as they can be affected by last-minute programme changes, intervals and encores.

    Price

    Adult £12 - £9, Child (under 18) £6 - £4.50* 

    Concessions 25%**


    * Excludes £3.50 booking fee.

    ** Limited availability. Read about concessions.

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