Making the Modern: Ten Tors Orchestra
  • Minster Church of St Andrews, Plymouth.

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Simon Ible, conductor
Augusta Hebbert, soprano
Andrew Radley, counter-tenor
Julian Perkins, harpsichord 

J C Bach; Symphony In E flat major Op.9 No.2 (1st Movement)
Pergolesi: Stabat Mater
Arne: Harpsichord Concerto
Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G major Surprise

Haydn was the darling of the English audiences and was commissioned to compose a series of ‘London’ symphonies including the Surprise. Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater is his most celebrated work, achieving great popularity throughout Europe. After the composer's death Jean-Jaques Rousseau described it as "the most perfect and touching duet to come from the pen of any composer". JC Bach was nicknamed the English Bach having won the adoration of the audiences here, but even greater adoration was offered to the most successful English composer of the day - Thomas Arne.

Saturday 18 April 2015 | 19:30

Minster Church of St Andrews, Plymouth

Tickets £17, Friends of Peninsula Arts, Ten Tors Orchestra and SPiA £15 

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