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Oxford Proms – Romantic Classics

Oxford Proms – Romantic Classics


 

Programme:

Tim Perkins    A Veil of Crimson and Blue

Rachmaninov   Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor Op.18

Weber  Concertino for Clarinet Op. 26

Borodin  In the Steppes of Central Asia

Mussorgsky  A Night on the Bare Mountain

Oxford Proms Orchestra:

Jocelyn Freeman          piano

Catriona Scott               clarinet

Catherine Underwood   conductor

 

Oxford Proms in their eighth season feature Russian Classics plus the delightful concertino for clarinet by Weber and an opening overture by our resident composer Tim Perkins.

We are delighted to welcome back star pianist Jocelyn Freeman to play Rachmaninov’s dramatic and passionate second piano concerto after her brilliant performance of Liszt’s second piano concerto in last year’s proms, also clarinet virtuoso Catriona Scott who gave a stunning performance of Mozart’s clarinet concerto at our opening concert in 2012. 

Angela Moore, harpist for the Royal Opera and H.R.H. Prince Charles, will give a pre-concert harp serenade after doors open.

Special offers for tickets are available on www.oxfordproms.co.uk

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The Upper Gallery has just been refurbished with backrests and padded seats. Romantic Classics is the first concert to benefit from this upgrade.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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