Mozart: Mass in C minor, Te Deum & Clarinet Concerto


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Saturday 22 March 2014

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  • 7:00pm


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  • Gloucester Cathedral


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  • Emma Johnson – clarinet
    Hye-Youn Lee
     – soprano
    Andrew Goodwin – tenor
    Kitty Whateley– mezzo soprano
    James Geidt – bass
  • Regency Sinfonia
    Gloucester Choral Society
    Adrian Partington – conductor


Tickets: £30, £25, £17.50, £12, £7.50

Our Box Office at the Everyman Theatre has closed for this concert but tickets are available on the door on 22nd March from 6:30pm

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A feast of spine-tingling, sumptuous Mozart to usher in the Spring.

His celebratory and awe-inspiring Great Mass in C Minor, composed at the tender age of 22, is full of light and shade, arabesques and ornament – centred around the formidable drama of the Kyrie.

Te Deum – immerse yourself in this extraordinary appeal to the soul. A piece of pure choral joy; full of Mozart’s characteristic verve and melodic brilliance.

The Clarinet Concerto – written at the end of his remarkable life and redolent with musical lyricism. World renowned clarinettist Emma Johnson brings vitality and eloquence to this delicious concerto. Sensitive to every nuance of phrasing, her clarinet will sing and we guarantee you’ll be enchanted.

Emma Johnson has realised what lies at the heart of music making when it is at its best: she does not just perform but uses the music to communicate something wonderful.