Sea of Symphony - this was Vaughan Williams first and longest symphony with words of some of Walt Whitman's Poems, initally performed at the Leeds Festival in 1910 and conducted by him. The Choir is used throughout the work as an integral part of the musical texture. Bridge for the Living - This poem by Philip Larkin, set to music by Anthony Hedges (music Lecturer at Hull University), was first performed by Hull Choral Union to mark the opening of the Humber Bridge in 1981.
Sat 1 Apr 2017
Adults £5.00 Accompanied Children and Students 14-18 £1.00 Tickets available at www.hcandl.co.uk or call 01482 300306
Map reference: TA 095287 Lat: 53.74379 Long: -0.34060
By Road: To Princes Quay Coach and Car Park - Approach the city centre along A63 east bound. As you come off the elevated section into the city centre you will see a large roundabout/junction with traffic lights. Go straight ahead at the junction taking the first left into Myton Street (signposted Princes Quay), this street is one way. Keep to the right hand lane and turn right into Osborne Street. The road bears to the right and becomes Waterhouse Lane.
By Public Transport: From the station turn right. At the next set of traffic lights at the junction with Carr Lane/Anlaby Road take the middle lane to go straight on, take the next left into Osbourne Street, the road bears to the right and becomes Waterhouse Lane. To access the Princes Quay car park, take the barrier entry point on the left.