One of the best-loved pieces of music ever written, Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto, will be part of a musical celebration of The Queen’s 90th birthday at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, on Saturday 7th May at 7.30pm.
Presented by Stowmarket Chorale, the concert fittingly begins with the National Anthem. Choir orchestra and soloists will perform two glorious pieces by Mozart: the Coronation Mass and the Solemn Vespers. Both pieces full of the joy that Mozart gave us through his music. As a taster for what’s to come, audiences will also enjoy a short orchestra piece by Schubert, the Overture in B flat.
Soloists are Julian Farrell, clarinet; Julia Roberts, soprano; Elaine Henson, alto; Daniel Joy, tenor and Dhilan Gnanadurai, bass. The Kingfisher Sinfonietta is led by Beth Spendlove, and choir, soloists and orchestra are under the direction of Leslie Olive, Conductor of Stowmarket Chorale, Eye Bach Choir, the English Arts Chorale and the Suffolk Philharmonic Orchestra.
Tickets £18, £14 and £10.
Full time education: half price
Disabled: two tickets at half price
www.theapex.co.uk / 01284 758000