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OOTS: Michael Collins plays Mozart

OOTS: Michael Collins plays Mozart

Orchestra of the Swan - Orchestra in Residence

Date and time
05 Dec 2018 (2:30pm - 4:30pm)
Location

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£25, £20, £18 *plus £1.50 transaction fee
£5 - Birmingham City University students and staff

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OOTS packages are only available in person at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire box office or via 0121 331 5908 / 0121 331 5909.

Booking Information
Tickets on general sale 18th July at 9am.

Wheelchair users are entitled to a complimentary seat for a companion. Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a Guide Dog or wheelchair, please let the Events Office know by calling 0121 331 5909

Michael Collins clarinet/director

Stravinsky Concerto in D
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A major
New short work by a Conservatoire Composition student: Hannah Liu Earthly Things
Stravinsky Concerto in Eb 'Dumbarton Oaks'
Mozart Symphony No.40

Flanked by two of Stravinsky’s most engaging American compositions – his Concerto in D for strings and Brandenburg-inspired ‘Dumbarton Oaks’ for chamber orchestra – sits one of Mozart’s greatest and latest achievements.

Written less than two months before his early death, this pivotal work – in the sunny key of A major – contains everything you ever need to know about the clarinet: especially how, in Michael Collins’ hands, it can be made to sing! Three years earlier, Mozart had also produced his three final symphonies: this astonishing central one – in the profound key of G minor – capable of forever changing how we think of classical music.

1.30pm

Pre-Concert Talk: Chris Morley (Music Critic, Birmingham Post) discusses the history and complexity of directing an orchestra from a solo instrument with soloist & conductor Michael Collins.