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Details

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
WC2N 4JJ
England


Programme

Benjamin BrittenFanfare for St. Edmundsbury (3 trumpets)
Georg Philipp TelemannConcerto for 3 Trumpets and Timpani, TWV 54:D3
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAve verum corpus, K.618
Georg Philipp TelemannConcerto for 3 trumpets in B flat major, TWV 44:43
Joseph HaydnMass no.11 in D minor 'Nelson', Hob.XXII:11

Performers

Paul Archibald – trumpet
Jonathan Clarke – trumpet
David Wordsworth – conductor
Robert Porter – conductor

Addison Singers Chamber Choir
Brandenburg Sinfonia
Trumpets of Junior Guildhall

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Programme Note

For the final concert in the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London's 2017 Spring Series, we welcome the Addison Chamber Choir to perform Haydn's dramatic Nelson Mass, or Mass in Troubled Times, and Mozart's beautiful Ave Verum Corpus. Both of these works will be conducted by the Addisons' chief conductor David Wordsworth. For the remainder of the programme, artistic director of the festival Robert Porter takes over the baton to conduct three works featuring that most triumphant and celebratory of instruments, the trumpet. Renowned solo and orchestral trumpeters Paul Archibald and Jonathan Clarke will lead students from Juior Guildhall in Britten's Fanfare for St Edmundsbury and two concertos by Telemann for three trumpets, one of which has been transcribed from the original version for three oboes. This promises to be an exciting and jubilant finish to the festival's 2017 Spring Series.

A combined ticket offer is available for this concert and the earlier concert at St Martin's. Please contact the box office for details.

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