Music: London Mozart Players

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  • Minster Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade, Plymouth, PL1 2AD

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We are delighted to welcome the highly celebrated London Mozart Players to Plymouth. The UK’s longest established chamber orchestra and known for its unmistakable British roots, the London Mozart Players has developed an outstanding reputation for adventurous, ambitious programming, from Baroque works through to contemporary music. The all-Mozart programme for this exciting evening features three greatly contrasting works: the rarely-performed, humorous Seranata Notturna; the brooding and dramatic Piano Concerto in D minor, with pianist and Music Director of The Arts Institute, Dr Robert Taub; and the triumphant Jupiter, Mozart’s last symphony. 

An informal pre-concert talk will take place at 19:00 led by Dr Taub with members of the London Mozart Players, to which everyone is invited, and a reception to meet the musicians will follow the performance. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear inspiring music performed by world class musicians in a beautiful setting. 

Date: Saturday 9 March
Time: 19:00-21:00
Venue: Minster Church of St Andrew
Ticket information: £12/£10/£5 students/18’s and under free via YAP 


19:00: Pre-concert talk

19:30: Concert

Serenade No.6 in D major, K.239 Serenata Notturna Mozart

Piano Concerto in D minor, K.466 Mozart

Symphony No.41 in C major, K.551 Jupiter Mozart

21:00: Post-performance reception

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