Music in the air at a flying display with a difference

This idea hits home for me. My father is a pilot. It sounds like a good time.

Guardian Unlimited Arts | Arts news | Music in the air at a flying display with a difference

“This is a concert with synchronised flying rather than a flying display with music,” said Ross Mallock, horn player, chairman of the Salisbury symphony orchestra and formerly a colonel in the Army Air Corps. “What you see in the air is very carefully matched with what you hear. Yes, there is some engine noise but a Spitfire’s V12 engine in full song goes very well with a symphony orchestra.”

Mr Mallock launched his concerts to prove that music and aviation can be mutually complementary

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