Hills Set To Come Alive

The picturesque hills surrounding Rivington Terraced Gardens in Chorley will come alive next month, to the sound of some amazing music.

A brass ensemble from the world renowned Hallé Orchestra is set to perform a summer evening of music for the whole family to enjoy. Comprising of 12 members of the Hallé’s Brass section, the ensemble will present a varied programme of music ranging from opera and jazz, to famous tunes from the stage, screen and the charts.

Set in a beautiful, natural amphitheatre, this amazing musical extravaganza will transport you to a world of glitz and glamour. With food and refreshments available, plus on-site bars, it promises to be an unforgettable experience.

‘Hallé on The Hill’ takes place on Friday 28th July. Tickets are available from the Rivington Terraced Gardens website and priced from £13.50 to £23.50, with free entry for under 5s.

Groundwork Conservation & Engagement Coordinator Briony Jolley said

We are really excited to welcome the Hallé Orchestra to Rivington. The gardens provide the perfect summer setting for people and families to experience and enjoy great music together.

Director and Trustee of Rivington Heritage Trust, Richard Galloway said “We have been very fortunate to get the world famous Hallé Orchestra to agree to perform for us “Up on the Hill”. This is a major event that the Trust is holding in the Gardens this year and builds on the success of the BBC Philharmonic last year. It will be a truly amazing evening, so we’d love everyone to come and enjoy this unique event and also help support the Gardens.”