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Musical treat in Barnt Green

Posted on May 27 2014 at 2:45:17


St Andrew’s Church in Barnt Green (B45 8NR) will once again host the Sinfonia of Birmingham for an evening of orchestral music on Saturday July 12 at 7.30 pm.

Featuring as part of the Bromsgrove Festival, the Sinfonia will be playing Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons with Bromsgrove soloist Charlotte Moseley on violin. This will be followed by Beethoven’s third symphony, The Eroica.

Charlotte, a student at the Royal Northern College of Music, is also the leader of the Virr String Quartet, which will perform in the Guesten Hall, Avoncroft on July 2 as part of the Bromsgrove Festival.

Talented Charlotte is well known in Bromsgrove – she attended South Bromsgrove High School before furthering her studies at Chethams Music School and plays regularly at St John’s Church, Bromsgrove.

Founded in 1993, The Sinfonia of Birmingham is one of the leading chamber orchestras in the West Midlands and performs regularly at the CBSO Centre as well as accompanying local choral societies.

The Sinfonia enjoys close links with the CBSO, many of whose leading players have performed concertos with the Orchestra. 
Mike Seal, Assistant Conductor of City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, will be conducting this concert.

A number of the players come from this area, including Cathy and Alastair Moseley, founder members of Bromsgrove’s Orchestra of St John; clarinettists Bob and Tom Porter, and Barnt Green musician Olivia Goodborn.

Tickets for the Barnt Green concert are available on 0121 447 7671, from Artrix via email on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or on the door.

Admission is £10 (seniors £8, other concessions £6 and under 12s free).

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