SCO 24/25 Mozart & Beethoven

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Warmth, affection, sunny optimism – all come together in this joyful late-summer concert under the perceptive direction of exciting young Belgian conductor Karel Deseure.

The SCO is rightly renowned for its exceptional wind players, and four of them step out of the Orchestra as soloists in Mozart’s jolly, jaunty Sinfonia Concertante for oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn – with singing melodies that show off those instruments’ distinctive personalities. Wagner drew on themes from his epic Ring cycle of operas in his intimate orchestral Siegfried Idyll, written to awaken his beloved wife on her birthday, while the playful Second Symphony shows Beethoven at his most life-affirming.

WAGNER Siegfried Idyll MOZART Sinfonia Concertante K297b BEETHOVEN Symphony No 2

Karel Deseure: Conductor Robin Williams: Oboe Maximiliano Martín: Clarinet Cerys Ambrose-Evans: Bassoon Lauren Reeve-Rawlings: Horn

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Enjoy code: 801857
Type
Concert
Target groups
Adult, Youth, Elderly
Source
TheList
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Available tickets

Wednesday
11/09 2024 7:30pm
Holy Trinity Church South Street ST ANDREWS
Provided by The List