MOZART: FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS

  • St Paul's Church Bedford Street, Covent Garden London WC2E 9ED

MOZART Symphony No. 3 in E flat KV 18
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23 in A KV 488
KARL STAMITZ Flute Concerto in D
MOZART A Musical Joke KV 522

Orchestra of St Paul's
Andrew Pae • piano
Albert Pae • flute
Ben Palmer • conductor

Join us on Sunday 22 February to celebrate the genius of Mozart. We'll be playing a very early work he didn't actually write (an arrangement by the 8-year-old Mozart of a symphony by Carl Friedrich Abel), one of his most sublime works, the Piano Concerto No. 23, and one of the most outrageous works of the 18th century, A Musical Joke, which ends in chaos with the orchestra playing in five different keys at once! We're delighted to welcome two fantastic young soloists, brothers Andrew and Albert Pae.

Tickets: £15 full • £13 concessions • £8 students/children
Box office: 0333 666 3366
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