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National Symphony Orchestra to Perform 3 Concerts of Mozart’s Finest Works

National Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Rimma Sushanskaya, perform 3 concerts of Mozart’s finest works, with outstanding soloists Tasmin Little and Philip Dukes, and professional choir The Locrian Singers.

Mozart Requiem

Handel Zadok the Priest
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante with Tasmin Little and Phil Dukes (except 03 November, Jean Kelly and Daniel Shao)
Mozart Requiem

National Symphony Orchestra, leader Rita Manning
Locrian Singers, director Jonathan Darbourne
Conductor, Rimma Sushanskaya

Phillip Dukes

Phillip Dukes

Rimma Sushanskaya

Rimma Sushanskaya

Tasmin Little

Tasmin Little

St Peter Mancroft Norwich, Saturday 26 October – 7.30pm
Tickets: Norwich Theatre Royal box office 01603 630000

Bromley Hall, Langley Performing Arts Centre Sunday – Sunday 03 November – 7.00pm
Tickets: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/

St Johns Smith Square, Sunday 10 November – 7.30
Tickets: https://www.sjss.org.uk/

Or at the door on the night.

Review on Classical Source for NSO’s new Mozart CD on Guild, NSO led by Rita Manning.

“It is superb. Throughout, the fine playing exudes a sense of music-making of rare excellence, fully up to the stature of the music and recalling early concerts of the English Chamber Orchestra and Academy of St Martin in the Fields. The Marriage of Figaro Overture is quite wonderfully performed in a manner that renders attempts at recreating century pitch or performance ‘styles’ of 250 years ago irrelevant. This is genuine music-making by wholly experienced professionals seeking to impart their love of great music.

I have not heard such an utterly convincing and uplifting account of this piece since the days of Sir Thomas Beecham.”

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