Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E flat K.364 30’
Roxanna Panufnik Orchestrapaedia (English premiere) 15’
David Matthews Double Concerto for violin, viola & strings (premiere) 15’
Beethoven Symphony No 8 in F major Op.93 36’
Framed by a Mozart concerto and a Beethoven symphony, two brand new works form this debut concert in Cheltenham by the Welsh Sinfonia. After his recital in the morning, Lawrence Power is joined by violinist Anthony Marwood for Mozart’s beloved duo concerto, and David Matthews’ new work for the same pairing.
Inspired by Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (heard on Saturday 6 July, event M13) Orchestrapaedia is a brand new piece by Roxanna Panufnik that celebrates an orchestra’s diverse character. Based on the hauntingly beautiful Welsh air ‘Dros yr Afon’, the instruments take on anthropomorphic characters, such as Señor Trompeta, the Mexican Trumpet; Sassy Clarinet & Big Daddy Bass and Loving Lower Strings – all vividly brought to life in glorious technicolour by Roxanna’s artist brother, Jem Panufnik.
Panufnik and Matthews commissions with the support of
FREE to M17 ticket holders
6pm, Cheltenham Town Hall
Roxanna Panufnik and David Matthews discuss their new works ahead of tonight’s performance.
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