Graham Hall, long-standing timpanist of Sinfonia Viva, will be presented with the RPS/ABO Salomon Prize at Derby Cathedral on Wednesday 2nd March.
A founding member and until recently, Principal Timpanist of Derby-based Sinfonia Viva, Graham Hall has been awarded the RPS/ABO Salomon Prize for his “hugely dedicated service to Sinfonia Viva over many years: as a timpanist, player and Musicians Union rep; and also as highly skilled arranger who has supported the orchestra’s extensive outreach work, and in doing so has inspired his fellow musicians to join him in going the extra mile
Read more about Graham Hall winning the Salomon Prize here.
The concert programme, conducted by Principal Conductor Duncan Ward, sees Sinfonia Viva return to Derby Cathedral to perform two works which have been specially arranged for this concert by the Orchestra's Graham Hall.
String Quartet in F major (arr. Graham Hall)
Symphony No.1 in D major (arr. Graham Hall)