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Alfie Boe and Harewood House Summer Picnic Series (3-5 September 2021

Alfie Boe: 3 September 2021, to book  Opening the Picnic Proms – a three-day live music extravaganza at Harewood House – is the vocal dynamo, Alfie Boe.

Alfie Boe knocks it out of the park with his stirring, powerhouse of a voice.  The West End sensation has performed in some of the world’s greatest venues, with lead roles in Les Misérables and La bohème. For guaranteed goosebumps, Alfie Boe will bring his band and Special Guests – fellow West End stars, Louise Dearman & Sophie Evans – on Friday 3 September, followed by a spellbinding silent firework display.

Be blown away by the Broadway star in the majestic outdoor setting of the Harewood estate.

The Great Yorkshire Proms: 4 September 2021 To book If there was a roof, it would be raised! Enjoy a midsummer evening under the stars with a starry classical line-up in the picturesque grounds of Harewood House.

Surrender to the soulful, stirring powerful baritone bass voice of the globally-acclaimed, Sir Willard White. The night is hosted by Aled Jones and also features sopranos Sophie Evans and Peyee Chen, and the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’ – Tenors Unlimited. Stand up, clap wildly and join in a programme packed with belting Proms tunes!   See promotional film

Queen Symphonic: 5 September 2021 To book It’s a Kind of Magic, as Queen Symphonic – the rock and orchestra spectacular performs Queen’s greatest hits in the uplifting outdoor setting of Harewood House. Get ready to clap in time, as they promise, We Will Rock You! The world’s greatest homage to Queen features a 40-piece strong Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra for added oomph! Experience the joy of unstoppable hit after hit, with tracks including Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Don’t Stop Me Now and Bohemian Rhapsody.

The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra: A Glorious Return!The stars of the Great Yorkshire Proms and Queen Symphonic will be supported by the newly revived Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, specifically created to support Northern musicians hit hard by the pandemic.

The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra was disbanded in 1955, and its return is backed by literary legend, Alan Bennett. It’s been a long time coming, and Yorkshire deserves its own orchestra now more than ever. This is your chance to join in a historic night, as they make their debut 74 years after the orchestra first formed. Support our local talent!

When I was a boy in the ’40s I was a fan of the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, going to concerts sometimes twice a week. A lifetime later I am happy to be its Honorary Patron. Orchestras need fans. Come and listen.” – Alan Bennett



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