Manchester Camerata in Doncaster

We are delighted to welcome you to more Manchester Camerata concerts in Doncaster, delivered in partnership with Doncaster Council’s HotHouse and Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, supported by Arts Council England.  Bringing world class live music to your doorstep, Camerata’s forthcoming concerts feature two of Mozart’s most popular concertos, with virtuoso performances from Kevin Gowland (Principal Flute) and Laurence Perkins (principal bassoon).  The concerts also include many popular works by classical greats such as Haydn, Elgar and Vaughan Williams.

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kevin Gowland, Flute

Saturday 17 November 2012 7.30pm                                                  
The Minster Church of St George

Vaughan Williams - Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus
Mozart - Flute Concerto no.1 K313
Elgar - Chanson de Matin et de Nuit
Haydn - Symphony no.101, The Clock

Gábor Takács-Nagy - Conductor
Kevin Gowland - Principal Flute

Manchester Camerata takes us on a journey through the vivid and colourful world of Mozart concertos this season. For the opening concert, Camerata Flautist Amina Hussain treats us to a performance of Mozart’s much loved Flute Concerto no.1. Two British string masterpieces also feature, Vaughan Williams’ folk-immersed Five Variants for Strings and Harp, and Elgar’s beautifully melodic Chanson de Matin et de Nuit. Haydn’s Symphony no.101, known famously as The Clock after the ticking rhythm in the slow movement, completes the programme.

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Laurence Perkins

Thursday 24 January 2013, 7.30pm
Doncaster Civic Theatre

Janáček - Suite for Strings
Mozart - Bassoon Concerto in B flat major K191
Mozart - Symphony no.5 in B flat major K22
Elgar - Elegy for Strings Op.58
Haydn - Symphony no.44 in E minor, Trauer

Gábor Takács-Nagy - conductor
Laurence Perkins - bassoon

Manchester Camerata continues its vibrant journey through Mozart concertos with the composer’s Bassoon Concerto in B flat major – his first concerto for wind instrument. Mozart’s early masterpiece, his Symphony no.5, also features, along with two beautifully lyrical works for string orchestra by Elgar and Janáček. There is also the opportunity to hear Haydn’s Symphony no.44, the Trauer or Mourning, a work full of drama and emotion.

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