The renowned viola player Graham Oppenheimer brings a group of friends to perform string quintets by Mozart and Dvorak and will be joined by local young musician and soprano, Grace Crocker for songs by Schubert.
They will be playing at Melbourne Parish Church, DE73 8JH, on Thursday 23rd September Doors open 7.00 pm, concert begins 7.30 pm.
International musician and viola player Graham Oppenheimer brings a group of friends to perform in Melbourne Parish Church. He welcomes his international colleagues, who between them have performed throughout the world and have played in orchestras including the CBSO, Halle, English Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Academy of St Martin in the Fields London. They will be joined by local young musician and mezzo soprano, Grace Crocker, for songs by Schubert.
Mozart String Quintet in G minor K516
Dvorak String Quintet in E flat op 97
Schubert Songs ‘Du bist die Ruh’, ‘Seligkeit’ & ‘Standchen’
Katie Stillman and Owen Cox, violins
Graham Oppenheimer and Jamie Howe, violas
Paul Grennan, cello
Grace Crocker, mezzo Soprano
The concert will be held in Melbourne Parish Church in Derbyshire. It is too early to state what COVID-related measures, if any, will be in place but The Friends will carry out a full risk assessment before the event and take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of the performers and audience members.
TICKETS – £10 from www.wegottickets.com/event/521848 or 07837 592569
For more information on Melbourne Festival concerts and performances, please visit: https://www.melbournefestival.co.uk/music-comedy-performance-fringe
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