Anthony Inglis and the National Symphony Orchestra.

A regular favourite in the Cunard calendar, the UK’s National Symphony Orchestra joins Queen Mary 2 once again for a celebration of classical music.

25 October - 1 November 2022, Queen Mary 2.

A musical journey.

Maestro Anthony Inglis will conduct the NSO in two memorable orchestral performances in the Royal Court Theatre. Guests will be treated to a concert of all-American music, including Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, after departing New York, and an evening celebrating the Best of British music, before arrival in Southampton.

Charismatic conductor Inglis leads the audience, choir, soloists and orchestra in both concerts, as well as presenting an additional concert featuring Ravel's Bolero.

Anthony Inglis.

Guests also have the unique chance to hear a hugely entertaining talk by Inglis about his distinguished career as an international conductor of major orchestras and his early life working in London's West End theatre, followed by a Q&A session.

As one of the longest-serving guest performers with Cunard, Anthony provides fascinating insights to supplement his spectacular orchestral performances.

Anthony Inglis and the National Symphony Orchestra 2023.

11-18 September 2023, Queen Mary 2.

Immerse yourself in the exquisite world of classical music on this Event Voyage brought to you by eminent maestro Anthony Inglis, conducting the UK’s National Symphony Orchestra, whilst gaining a fascinating insight into the world of this celebrated and charismatic conductor, as Inglis shares stories about his distinguished career. Delight in the opportunity to watch two superb evening performances of classical music, in the majestic Royal Court Theatre on board. A regular favourite in the Cunard calendar, this popular voyage never fails to delight and inspire.

Proud partners.

The National Symphony Orchestra (UK) is one of the longest-established and most versatile professional freelance orchestras working in Britain today. It has an impressive recorded legacy as well as a busy diary of live concert performances. The NSO is admired for both its versatility and ability to communicate, connecting with audiences with consistent commitment and passion. NSO has toured frequently with Katherine Jenkins and Alfie Boe, and has even played for Her Majesty the Queen.