After playing to a full house last year, the Chamber Philharmonic Europe return to Rook Lane Chapel to perform again on Sunday 30 March. There are now just a few tickets left for what promises to be another sell-out concert. This talented ensemble charmed their audience with their energy, enthusiasm and personality, and has planned a full programme of new pieces for this year’s concert, featuring music by Bach, Vivaldi, Host and Mozart.
The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded in 2006 and, true to their name, features musicians from 18 nations across the continent. A fresh and spirited ensemble, they delight in engaging with the audience and are a joy to listen to. The Conductor will be Leonid Tritus with Soloists Pawel Zuzanski (Violin) and Kirill Gusarov (Trumpet) for this Joint Promotion between Rook Lane Arts, Frome Concerts Group and Jackdaws Music Education Trust.
They return to Rook Lane Chapel
Sunday 30 March at 2pm
Vivaldi: ‘Concerto di Parigi’ RV157
Albinoni: Trumpet Concert in Eb ‘Saint Marc‘
Bach: Concerto for Violin and Orchesetra in A minor BWV1041
Holst: St Paul’s Suite
Borodin: Nocturne for String Orchestra
Mozart: Divertimento in F, KV138
Soloists: Pawel Zuzanski (Violin) and Kirill Gusarov (Trumpet)
Conductor: Leonid Tritus
Book your tickets in advance to receive the special lower price.
£14 in advance (£9 concession – under 18)
or £16 on the door (£11 concession)
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