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Sinfonia Viva - Searching for Mozart
Wed 6 Feb
Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).
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The first part of an exploration into the world’s most famous composers.
The Guildhall Theatre will be closed until the end of September and this performance has now moved to Derby Cathedral.
Arnold Sinfonietta No.1
Mozart Horn Concert No.2
Berkeley Serenade for Strings
Mozart Horn Concerto No.4
Mozart Symphony No.29
Conductor Frank Zielhorst
Horn soloist Alec Frank-Gemill
The first part of an exploration into the world’s most famous composers, curated by Sinfonia Viva’s Principal Conductor Frank Zielhorst and featuring French horn soloist Alec Frank-Gemmill described by the Observer as 'an outstanding soloist.'
For this exceptional series Frank Zielhorst promises ‘enjoyable evenings, with a nice variety of styles and emotions, that explore the works of the masters and offer new perspectives on these composers.’
Immersive and powerful, experience the larger-than-life sound of the orchestra in this intimate and beautifully lit setting, with an evening peppered with musical swagger.
The evening features a double bill of horn concertos, including the most recognisable ever created, Mozart’s undeniable ‘Horn Concerto No.4.’ Ending on a euphoric high, the programme closes with one of Mozart's best known early symphonies and an absolute landmark in his career and music history.
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