The Tamino Orchestra returns to St Stephen’s church after their highly acclaimed concert in 2017.
They will be playing a delightful, tuneful Concerto Grosso by Handel (op.6 no.1);
John Tavener’s sublime Mother of God, here I stand; and Metamorphosen, Richard Strauss’s beautiful string elegy written at the end of the Second World War, one of the great musical testaments of the 20th century.
Local conductor and composer Nicholas Ansdell-Evans will again be directing the orchestra, and the première of his new work Procession is also on the programme.
The orchestra is formed entirely of professional musicians, many of whom live locally.
Stephanie Marshall, mezzo-soprano (who has created roles at the Royal Opera House and English National Opera) sings Gluck’s haunting Non vi turbate from Alceste.
Join us for an inspirational evening. Tickets £15 on the door. Wine will be served in the interval.
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