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Date: Saturday 9 October 2021
Performance: 7.30pm (doors open 45 minutes before the performance)
Venue: Holy Trinity Church, High Street, Guildford GU1 3RR
Full Price: £25.00
Age 65+: £22.00
Under 18 - Free
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Southern Pro Musica are delighted to be returning to Guildford’s Holy Trinity Church with a joyous evening’s entertainment, featuring some of Mozart’s most delightful music, played by professional Southern Pro Musica musicians. Under the baton of Jonathan Willcocks SPM will play Mozart’s ever-popular Oboe Concerto, two sparkling soprano concert arias, Paris Symphony no. 31 and much more. The music will be brought to life with extracts from Mozart’s colourful correspondence with his family, performed by award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company actors in contemporary 18th century costume.
Venue accessibility: The Church Auditorium provides step-free access. Although there are steps to the front door, the side entrance is step free. There is designated parking for two blue-badge cars. There are wheelchair-accessible toilets available. Access for wheelchair users is via a Ramp Access Door (below gallery stairs at west end) – for assisted use only.
Wheelchair spaces must be booked in advance. Nearest car park is Castle Car Park, GU1 3RW. Limited on-street parking after 6pm on Guildford High Street.
Venue: Holy Trinity Church, GU1 3RR
Date: 22 October 2021
Time: 19.00 Doors Open at 18.30
Recommended Age: 9+, children must be accompanied by an adult.
Prices: Full Price £18, Students/Job Seekers £10, Child Aged 6-18 £8, Disabled £5
Hennessey Brown Music presents Thomas Bowes Solo Violin Recital “Sei Solo” Collection for Help Musicians “Hardship Fund.”
Thomas Bowes is one of the UK’s finest violinists. His concerto appearances in the UK, Germany and the USA have included highly praised performances of concertos by Elgar, Britten, Szymanowski and Walton.
Between 1988 and 1993 Tom was the founding leader of the Maggini String Quartet.Tom is privileged to own and play an Armati violin from 1659.
This concert is formed of three of the six works that go to make up Bach’s 1720 magnum opus for Solo violin, his cryptically entitled ’Sei Solo’.
Tom will not only play these works but will show and explain their context - the catastrophe of losing a much loved wife and a most private dialogue between himself and his God as he searches for meaning
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