NSSO Sinfonia will join with exciting singer-songwriter Emi McDade

Emi McDade at the FolkLaw Album Launch

On 21st July 2019 at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, NSSO Sinfonia will join with the exciting young singer-songwriter Emi McDade to perform Never Forget, written by NSSO Patron Patrick Doyle, who wrote scores for Harry PotterThor and Disney’s Brave.

The song provides the haunting closing moments of Kenneth Branaugh’s film of Murder on the Orient Express and was originally sung by Michelle Pfieffer.  The orchestra will also play other music from the film and will start their performance with Malcolm Arnold’s Peterloo Overture, marking the centenary of the infamous massacre.

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