Searching For Mozart

Wednesday 6th February 2019 | 7.30pm
Guildhall Theatre

Arnold          Sinfonietta No.1 
Mozart          Horn Concert No.2
Berkeley       Serenade for Strings
Mozart          Horn Concerto No.4
Mozart          Symphony No.29
Conductor     Frank Zielhorst 
Horn soloist  Alec Frank-Gemill


The first part of an exploration into the world’s most famous composers, curated by Sinfonia Viva’s Principal Conductor Frank Zielhorst and featuring French horn soloist Alec Frank-Gemmill described by the Observer as 'an outstanding soloist.'

For this exceptional series Frank Zielhorst promises ‘enjoyable evenings, with a nice variety of styles and emotions, that explore the works of the masters and offer new perspectives on these composers.’

Immersive and powerful, experience the larger-than-life sound of the orchestra in this intimate and beautifully lit setting, with an evening peppered with musical swagger.

The evening features a double bill of horn concertos, including the most recognisable ever created, Mozart’s undeniable ‘Horn Concerto No.4.’ Ending on a euphoric high, the programme closes with one of Mozart's best known early symphonies and an absolute landmark in his career and music history.