Date: Saturday 30 November 2019

Time: 7.30pm

 

Mosaic Chamber Choir

Amadeus Chamber Orchestra

 

Camilla Harris soprano

Emily Blanch mezzo-soprano

Peter Martin tenor

Lawrence White bass

Simon Over conductor

 

The Mosaic Chamber Choir and Amadeus Chamber Orchestra once again join forces to present an evening of Mozart masterpieces.

The “Great” Mass in C Minor was composed in 1782 and was the last of numerous masses composed by Mozart starting when he was ten years of age. The work appeared in accordance with a promise given by the composer when his fiancée Constanze was ill. The first performance of three of the movements of the mass – Kyrie, Gloria and Sanctus – took place on 26 August 1783 at St Peter’s in Salzburg where Constanze sang the soprano part.  The movements Credo and Agnus Dei were incomplete and, like his Requiem, the work remained unfinished at his death.

The Solemn Vespers were written in 1780 for liturgical use in Salzburg Cathedral.  Although the piece was perfectly suited for use in a liturgical setting, Mozart managed to include subtle nods to opera and counterpoint as well. The Solemn Vespers represent Mozart’s triumphant marriage of his own artistic needs with the demands of his patron Archbishop Colloredo, Bishop of Salzburg.

  

Tickets:

Premium £25 - Centre front with full view

Classic £20 - Centre middle with full view 

Standard £15 - Centre back with full view

No view £10 - Mainly located in the aisles or behind pillars. These seats have no view of the stage.

No view seats will only be released when seats with views have sold out.

 

Concessions:

Children under 18  - £10

 

Wheelchair spaces and carer discounts can only be booked through the Box Office on 01727 890290.

 

Doors will open 30 minutes before concert starts. There is an interval of 20 minutes during this performance.