HAVE you ever heard a familiar melody on the TV but not known what it is?
The Chester Philharmonic Orchestra's Summer concert tomorrow (Saturday) gives you the opportunity to work three of those elusive tunes out.
The concert starts with Three Dances from Smetana's Opera The Bartered Bride which includes the famous Dance of the Comedians and is followed by Mussorgsky's Prelude to the Opera Kovantchina.
Jamie Prophet is the soloist in the Arutiunian trumpet concerto, described as displaying 'a great overall mastery of the trumpet.'
The concert concludes with the ever popular ballet music The Seasons by Glazunov.
Conductor Edward Warren, the orchestra's president, said: 'This is a highly tuneful concert and the sort of programme that proves that so much really appealing music spends a little too much time on library shelves when it should be out there with the top 10.
'It'll be great to have Jamie Prophet with us, who I knew from his early days as a student at the RNCM.'
Tickets cost £10/£8 reserved seats and £7/£5 unreserved, £2 for school children by calling 0151 632 1633, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, at the cathedral book-shop and at the door.