Live Concert: A Classical Celebration! (London)
11 September 2020- godz.18:30-20:00
FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER,6:30 PM
Live Concert: A Classical Celebration!
St John the Evangelist, Upper Norwood
Prokofiev Symphony No. 1 ‘Classical’ Op.25
Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor, Op.129
London Mozart Players
Ruth Rogers Leader
Maciej Kulakowski Cello
LMP is back, performing the best in classical music to a live audience! Due to the restrictions imposed by Covid-19 we are taking our Autumn 2020 concerts online in our ‘Classical Club’ which launches at the end of September. We’d love as many of you as possible to be in our socially-distanced audiences for the concert recordings, as nothing beats performing to a live audience. Our first concert will be recorded under Covid-19 restrictions at LMP’s home at the church of St John the Evangelist in Upper Norwood, London SE19. Do join us as we reunite players and audience in this gorgeous church for this thrilling programme!
Our first concert kicks off with a truly celebratory work, Prokofiev’s effervescent ‘Classical’ Symphony, which cleverly juxtaposes 20th-century style with the traditional four-movement symphony – with some added parody and humour. This is contrasted with Schumann’s masterful Cello Concerto, performed by talented young cellist Maciej Kulakowski. A hugely romantic work, this gorgeous concerto is full of passionate melodies that soar against an unobtrusive orchestral accompaniment. There will also be one or two other musical surprises in store!
Tickets £25 (limited availability due to reduced audience size)
• No interval
• This concert is being recorded for broadcast.
How to book
We currently have just 12 tickets left. To book tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org confirming the number of seats you wish to reserve, giving the names of ALL attendees, and adding a contact phone number so we can call you to take payment. On Monday 7 September we will assign seats in the order of receipt of emails (and according to bubble sizes), and create a wait list if necessary. Tickets for later concerts will go on sale in due course.
In accordance with government guidelines, social distancing measures will be in place at the venue to ensure everyone’s safety. Audience members will be required to sit in households or support bubbles, with two metres between groups. Face coverings must be worn inside the building at all times.