Sinfonia Viva will be back in Beverley on Thursday, 22 March at 7.30pm in Toll Gavel United Church for a concert of Classic Classics.
The evening will include youthful masterpieces by Mozart, Elgar and Schubert, and a symphony by the ever-youthful Haydn. His Symphony No 85 sparkles with his characteristic wit and energy.
Mozart’s Violin Concerto No 5 is graceful and elegant, but also kicks up its heels with some imitation Turkish music. Elgar was still largely unknown when he wrote his appealing Serenade, with its typically yearning slow movement. Schubert’s fresh, bubbly Fifth Symphony makes an ideal finale.
Under conductor Alice Farnham and featuring soloist Benedict Holland, the programme will be :
Haydn Symphony No.85
Mozart Violin Concerto No.5
Elgar Serenade for Strings
Schubert Symphony No.5
Tickets are available now and cost: Adults £15, Concessions £13; all children under 14 FREE with full paying adult, additional children £5.
The tickets are available from Beverley Library, or call 01482 395320, or visit events.eastriding.gov.uk
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