Saturday 28 June 2014

  • 7:30pm
  • Trinity Church, Harrow HA1 1RX
  • 020 8428 5924

BORODIN Symphony No. 3

Sally Telling – violin soloist  |  Kenneth Bell and Theresa Cory – flute soloists

SCHUBERT Symphony No. 9 in C major, ‘The Great’

Andrew Morley – conductor

“… [There] is life in every fiber, color in the finest shadings, meaning everywhere, the acutest etching of detail, and all flooded with a Romanticism which we have encountered elsewhere in Franz Schubert . . . . evidence of an extraordinary talent”

This is how Schumann described Schubert’s ninth symphony, which is quite rightly nicknamed “The Great”. Trinity Orchestra will present this riveting work alongside music by Russian Romantic composer Alexander Borodin and award-winning composer Cecilia McDowall in this season closing concert with guest conductor Andrew Morley.

Described by the International Record Review as having a “communicative gift that is very rare in modern music“, Cecilia McDowall is often inspired by extra-musical influences, and her delightfully varied work Great Hills – a pastiche on baroque techniques – is influenced by the pastoral, historic and literary connections of the Sussex town of Shipley.

Join conductor Andrew Morley for a free pre-concert talk at 7pm, through which you can learn more about the evening’s music.



Tickets: £12 adults, £10 concessions, Under 16s free

Book by phone: 020 8428 5924
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