Thank you to our multi-talented flautist for creating our concert poster! Purchase your tickets online here.
Soon we will begin rehearsing for our third concert of the year. We are excited to offer the following program, which will have something for everyone:
- Tom Campbell – Carrie Bow Suite
- Julius Rietz – Oboe Concerto
- Carl Maria von Weber – Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra
- Felix Mendelssohn – Symphony No. 1
Tickets will be available on our website soon!
It is now May, which means our next concert is officially next month! Mark your diary for Friday, 15th June to enjoy this special program:
- Beethoven – Leonore Overture No.3
- Wagner – Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde (with soprano Lee Abrahmsen)
- Sibelius – Symphony No.1
We’re lucky to welcome back Lee Abrahmsen who is a multi-award winning soprano both on the operatic stage and concert platform. Read more about Lee on her website.
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Last night’s concert was a great start to the year – well done everyone! It was an ambitious program for only 6 rehearsals but we enjoy a challenge.
Bravo to Donna Coleman who made us feel very lucky to see her perform Clara Wieck’s Piano Concerto and then a beautiful encore. As always, thank you to our audience and volunteers.
No post-concert photos this time – we were too busy recovering from Schumann’s 2nd Symphony…
Mark your diaries for our next concert on Friday, 15 June 2018 – featuring soprano Lee Abrahmsen.
After a short rest we are ready to begin rehearsing for our final concert of the year! We will be performing the following program on Friday, 1 December 2017:
- Rossini – Semiramide Overture
- Elgar – Serenade for strings
- Tchaikovsky – Symphony No. 6 “Pathetique”
Come and enjoy a great musical evening at MLC in Kew, and support the Royal Children’s Hospital. Tickets are available online here. We hope to see you there.
Our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved in our concert last night! Congratulations to Elyane Laussade (pictured here with our musical director, Joannes Roose) for performing Chopin’s Piano Concerto No.1 with such grace and control (and good memory… imagine how many notes there are in 40 minutes of Chopin). Bravo, Elyane! And Beethoven’s 5th was such a joy to play. What would we do without classical music? Thank you and congratulations to you all!