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Classical Spectacular 2017

Classical Spectacular Coach Packages

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If you're not a fan of the fireworks, maybe bring some ear-plugs with you that will hopefully help to drown out the noise!
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When:  November 2016 & March 2017 
Where: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

Billed as the ultimate in classical music shows, the Classical Spectacular presents the very best in classical music choreographed alongside lasers, lights and fireworks that breathe life into the various scenes and moods evoked by each glorious piece of music. The event celebrated its 25th anniversary last year and those looking for coach tours to this popular event are in for a wonderful evening of fine music and illumination.

Coach tours to the 2016 Classical Spectacular should appeal to everyone as the show celebrates the finest of classical music as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra mixes old favourites such as 'Nessun Dorma', 'Rule Britannia', '1812 Overture' and 'Land Of Hope & Glory' with Verdi's 'Grand March' from Aida, Sousa 'Stars and Stripes Forever', Elgar's 'Nimrod' and culminating in a thunderous indoor firework display, complete with cannons and muskets, providing an explosive end to such a fantastic music event.

Who you see will vary depending on which day you attend, but this year's schedule sees performances from the Royal Choral Society (Thurs and Sat) and the London Philharmonic Choir (Fri and Sun).

Finale of Classical Spectacular 2012: 

Adagio for Strings at Classical Spectacular 2012: 

1812 Overture Classical Spectacular 2012:

Address: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP
How to get there: All coach packages to see Classical Spectacular will include transfers directly to the venue. The nearest mainline station will be London Victoria with the nearest Tube Stations being South Kensington or Kensington High Street. If you decide to travel via the Tube, there will be a ten minute (approx) walk from either station to the Royal Albert Hall. 



The Royal Choral Society has been holding regular performances at the Royal Albert Hall since 1872.