Grieg Holberg Suite
Mozart Piano Concerto No.9 in Eb K.271 “Jeune Homme”
Mozart Flute Concerto No 1 in G major K.313
Haydn Symphony No.44 “Trauer”
London Mozart Players
Ruth Rogers director
Lauren Zhang piano
Daisy Noton flute
The London Mozart Players, the UK’s longest established chamber orchestra, is packing its buckets, spades, violins and trumpets in preparation for an exciting trip to the south coast! The LMP is delighted to be the new Artist in Residence at Hastings’ beautiful Opus Theatre and will deliver an inspiring programme of classical music concerts and outreach work to this seaside community throughout the 2019/20 season.
Packed with rousing classical favourites from Grieg, Mozart and Haydn, the first concert is also a showcase of young talent as dazzling pianist and BBC Young Musician winner (2018) Lauren Zhang, and gifted local flautist Daisy Noton, join the LMP to demonstrate their virtuosic abilities in performing two challenging Mozart works. Brilliance and invention shine in every movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 9, demonstrating Mozart’s maturity as a composer, and although there is a rumour that Mozart didn’t like writing for the flute, that is not evident in his glorious first concerto which is as vivacious as it is enchanting. The concert opens with Greig’s popular and supremely crafted Holberg Suite, and closes with Haydn’s moving ‘Sturm und Drang’ style Symphony No. 44 ‘Trauer’.
This exciting partnership presents a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the best in classical music right on your doorstep!
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This series is supported by the Arts Council Great Britain, the Magdalen and Lasher Educational Foundation, Foyle Foundation, the Isabel Blackman Foundation and the Hastings Arts and Culture Scheme, the LMP will deliver a programme of concerts and outreach work to this seaside community throughout the 2019-20 season.