Enriching, uplifting, entertaining & inclusive: Paradox Orchestra to perform at Sheffield Cathedral in support of the Archer Project

Enriching, uplifting, entertaining & inclusive: Paradox Orchestra to perform at Sheffield Cathedral in support of the Archer Project
The Paradox Orchestra (Photo: Elizabeth Brown)
The Paradox Orchestra (Photo: Elizabeth Brown)

The Yorkshire-based Paradox Orchestra, whose founder Michael Sluman I chatted to recently [see my interview ‘No boundaries or rules‘], is presenting a series of concerts for charitable causes across Yorkshire, including two upcoming concerts in aid of the homeless in Sheffield in the magnificent setting of Sheffield Cathedral. 

The orchestra will perform its 50 Years of Pink Floyd programme at the cathedral on 16 May and their Fleetwood Mac programme on 12 July. The concerts will raise funds and awareness for the Cathedral’s Archer Project, which supports the homeless in Sheffield, are part of the cathedral’s commitment to being a ‘place for all’, bringing communities together with shared cultural events.

Michael Sluman, commented: “Classical music is proven to have a profound effect on our wellbeing. We want to ensure the artform is accessible to all, and to remind audiences that we have a shared humanity. We promise a soulful, enriching, uplifting, entertaining and inclusive experience.”

There are further performances of the Pink Floyd programme at Selby Abbey on 11 May and Huddersfield Town Hall on 17 May.

Full details of all the orchestra’s concerts from EventBrite.


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