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TAMSIN WALEY-COHEN PLAYS MOZART

A firm friend of our audience and musicians, Tamsin Waley-Cohen always brings freshness and spontaneity to every performance. Tonight we hear the most scintillating of Mozart's five violin concertos, all penned before Mozart was 19 years of age!
    
Mozart Symphony no15 in G major
Grieg Holberg Suite, Op.40
Mozart Violin Concerto no4 in D major  
Haydn Symphony no22 in E-flat major 'The Philosopher'

Tamsin Waley-Cohen – violin
David Curtis – conductor

Reserved seating…

Tickets for our concerts next season go on sale to the Friends of Orchestra of the Swan on 26 June 1017 at 10am - In person or over the phone at the Box Office only
Tickets for our concerts next season go on sale to the general public on 10 July 2017

Tickets: 
£9.50 – £29.50 – Phone the Box Office for details 01789 207100

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Stratford Artshouse, The Civic Hall, 14 Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6LU

Tel: 01789 207100

Website: www.stratfordartshouse.co.uk

Contact Information

Tel: 01789 207100

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Tickets:
£9.50 – £29.50 – Phone the Box Office for details 01789 207100

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