Vikki Stone has followed an unusual career path to date. Following her training as a singer at the Royal Academy of Music in London, she went on to develop her career as a stand-up comedian, singer, actor and composer. Well-known as a comedy musician she has now branched out even further, having penned a Concerto for Comedian and Orchestra.
As the title suggests, the Concerto is a vehicle for Stone's own comedic talents but it has been written in such a way that it can be performed by other comedians, with the script able to be adapted as necessary. It's in four movements, with a narrative, and it also introduces the audience to the orchestra and issues of concert etiquette! Highlights include 'The Arrival of the Dishwasher', and there's even a 'March of the Latecomers'…
The Concerto for Comedian & Orchestra is available in versions for large and small orchestra. Contact us for perusal materials (firstname.lastname@example.org)