Camerata In The Kitchen: Mozart

Enjoy an evening of Mozart in the ambient setting of The Kitchen
  • £15 | Under 12s go free
  • The Kitchen

An orchestra in the Kitchen – a unique chance to see Manchester Camerata in a less formal setting, underneath the old Odeon’s Art Deco proscenium. Relax at the tables in the Kitchen and enjoy soloist Litsa Tunnah performing Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No 2 and a wonderful selection of sung music from up and coming soprano Margarita Wood. Then lose yourself in the sound of the full orchestra with Mozart’s sublime Prague Symphony no 38. A summer’s evening of amazing music in magnificent modern surroundings.

Edmon Levon and Chloé van Soeterstède, Conductors. Litsa Tunnah, Violin. Margarita Wood, Soprano

Programme includes:
– Wagner Siegfried Idyll
– Prokofiev Concerto for Violin, no 2
– Strauss Säus’le, liebe Myrte
– Strauss Amor
– Rossini Una voce poco va (Barbiere Seviglia)
– Mozart Il re pastore: L’amerò sarò constant
– Mozart Symphony No 38, Prague

Duration

Approx 90 mins

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