The London Chamber Orchestra will perform uplifting music to celebrate the life-changing work undertaken by Helen & Douglas House and Momiji House.
Continuing the Orchestra’s season-long journey through emotions in music, this concert explores the empathy between three great Austrian composers who supported and championed each other’s music.
Date: 22nd February 2018
Location: Cadogan Hall, London, SW1X 9DQ
Haydn’s own nickname for his Symphony No. 64 was Tempora mutantur (Times change) – perhaps inspired by the work’s radical slow movement which breaks musical rules for emotional effect. The good-natured Piano Concerto No. 17 by Haydn’s great friend Mozart is one of his very finest, and is performed in our concert by much-loved British pianist, Freddy Kempf.
From a slightly later era, Schubert made no secret of his love for the music of Mozart and Haydn, and his high-spirited Symphony No. 55 exudes the influence of both his earlier contemporaries.
Programme will be: Haydn, Mozart, Interval, Schubert.