The award winning Kew Wind Orchestra and Hampton Choral society will be performing an 'unforgettable' tribute to Queen at St John's Smith Square, Westminster.

Led by Erik Somers and arranged by Symphonic Winds the UK premier of Tolga Kashif's "Queen Symphony" will be a great watch on Sunday, November 18.

This piece takes inspiration from the works of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon - the renowned rock band "Queen". Viewers will recognise themes from some of Queen's most iconic songs including Radio Gaga, We Are The Champions, Bicycle and Bohemian Rhapsody, woven in to a symphonic choral work.

The orchestral symphony had its debut in 2002 and the piece was played extensively on classical radio follow its release - the symphonic winds arrangement is a faithful transcript of the original work.

Join the award winning Kew Wind Orchestra and popular Hampton Choral Society at 6.00 pm on Sunday, November 18 2018 at St John's Smith Square. The concert will also feature the Marching Song of Democracy(Grainger) and Symphony of Psalms (Stravinsky).

Tickets are available from the St John's Smith Square Box Office on 020 7222 1961,