Orchestra of the Swan
Haydn Symphony No. 47 in G The Palindrome
Mozart Violin Concerto No.5
Mozart Symphony No.29
Emily Sun – violin (Bromsgrove Young Musician)
Nicknamed ‘The Palindrome’ due to the 3rd movement (which is played forwards, then backwards!) and combined with Mozart’s Symphony No. 29, this concert is a perfect representation of the Classical era at its best. Mozart was a violinist of reasonable skill, and each of his violin concertos seems to have been originally composed for his own use (and then revisited for the more skilled violinist Antonio Brunetti); a perfect vehicle to showcase Bromsgrove International Young Musicians Competition winner, Emily Sun.
Ticket holders are invited to join Orchestra of the Swan for a pre-concert talk at 6.45pm.
The third in the spring concert series from Orchestra of the Swan which also includes English Genius on Friday 16 February, Romantic Strings on Friday 16 March and Bach to the Future on Friday 18 May.