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Mozart Clarinet Concerto

Wednesday July 1st, 7.30pm, 2015 - St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London

   

MOZART - Clarinet Concerto

TAKAO KAMBE - “Love of 4,000 years” (world premiere)

Stephen Ellery conductor
Krzysztof Grzybowski basset clarinet
London Gala Orchestra

The world's most famous clarinet concerto will be performed by young Polish virtuoso Krzysztof Grzybowski. Kyrzysztof is the winner of numerous awards and has recently performed in Germany alongside the world famous Sabine Meyer. He will perform Mozart's masterpiece on a Basset Clarinet as originally intended.

Japanese composer Takao Kambe composed “Love of 4,000 Years” as a dedication to China. The 4 movement work features orchestra, choir and 9 soloists.

The London Gala Orchestra is one of UK's most versatile orchestras and has performed with Sir Thomas Allen, Sarah Chang, Willard White, Evelyn Glennie and the world famous Placido Domingo at venues such as Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London Coliseum, Royal Albert Hall and the Royal Festival Hall and also in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen.

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG (15 minutes/1 mile from Ealing Broadway. Buses E2 and E9. On street parking. Disabled access and amenities.)

Tickets £20 (£15 in advance including delivery of tickets by first class post if time permits.)