|St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, credit: John Salmon|
We are please to provide some practical support to
the Aeolian Orchestra, who have a concert on 4th March.
The Aeolian Orchestra’s 2nd concert of 2012 brings together the three titans of the classical era – Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. For this concert, on March 4th, the orchestra’s number will be reduced to that of a classical era orchestra.
The time elapsed between the writing of Beethoven’s Overture “Coriolan” (1807) and that of Mozart’s first Sinfonia Concertante - for 4 winds – (1778) is less than 30 years. Haydn’s Symphony No.99 falls between the two – written in 1793. The Aeolian Orchestra’s March programme provides a clear insight into the musical progress of this short time-span.
Sunday 4th March 2012, 7.30pm.
Tickets on entry £7 (£3 students)
St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, Holborn Viaduct (junctionwith Giltspur Street), London EC1A 9DE. click for a map.
Rory Storm – conductor
Emily Ross – oboe
Anthony Friend - clarinet
Jonathan Quaintrell-Evans* - horn
Joe Qiu*- bassoon
Joe Qiu and Jonathan Quaintrell-Evans are also members of the HMS Quintet – Launchpad winner for 2011 from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
For more information on the Aeolian Orchestra, visit their website: http://aeolianorchestra.wordpress.com