Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Cambridge Philharmonic plays Mozart

click to learn more!1791 was Mozart’s last year – and one of his most prolific. On Saturday 7th May, through a series of workshop performances starting at 11am, the Cambridge Philharmonic Society will be performing many of his last works at the Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Trumpington Street.

The Cambridge Philharmonic orchestra and chorus and conductor Timothy Redmond will be joined by leading soloists: Natasha Marsh, Lucy Hall, Eileen Hulse (soprano); Kathryn Mcadam (mezzo soprano); Nicky Spence, Philip Sheffield, Adam Crockett (tenor); Timothy Connor (baritone); Guy Llewellyn (horn) and Cordelia Williams (piano).

Members of the public are invited to come and listen to any or all of the following performances:

1100-1130 La Clemenza di Tito K621, Horn Concerto in D K412
1200-1300 Piano Concerto in Bb K595, Clarinet Concerto in A K622
1400-1700 Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K620 Concert Performance
1730-1830 Come & Sing rehearsal
1900-2000 Come & Sing performance: Requiem K626

For those who can follow a score, you are invited to join members of the Society for a fee to perform Mozart’s requiem.

Every performance is open to the public with donations appreciated. All money raised will help the Society to hold future concerts and develop young talent in Cambridge and beyond.

For more information, please visit the website at: http://www.cam-phil.org.uk/



Becky Lamont
Press officer
Cambridge Philharmonic Society


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