Mozart in Excelsis


Thu 28 July
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7.45 pm Gloucester Cathedral

£48, £44, £30, £24, £13

UNRESERVED SEATS & RETURNS ONLY

Mozart Te deum

Mozart Clarinet concerto

Mozart Requiem

 

Alexandra Hutton soprano

Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano

Nick Pritchard tenor

John Savournin bass

Emma Johnson clarinet

Three Cathedral Choirs

Philharmonia Orchestra

Simon Halsey conductor

 Note: Helen Charlston replaces Kitty Whateley, who was to have sung in this concert but has withdrawn for personal reasons.

There is a reason why some classical works become more popular than others: they are great music which speaks eloquently to any listener. This programme features two such pieces, Mozart’s effervescent clarinet concerto and the Requiem that was left incomplete at his untimely death, together with his less familiar Te deum. Clarinettist Emma Johnson, one of the first winners of the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition, joins our resident Philharmonia Orchestra and the professional boys, men and women of our Three Cathedral Choirs in this concert conducted by Simon Halsey, choral director of the London Symphony Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

 

Cathedral choristers supported by Lee Bolton Monier-Williams



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