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Are you in the MOOD for MUSIC?

Endcliffe Orchestra
Group type: Orchestras
  • Saturday 7 July
    7.30 – 9.45pm
Ticket typeCost
Full price£10
Student£7
18 or under£5
4 or underfree

Concert for a warm summer evening, featuring a world premiere

How many viola players does it take to compose a piano concerto? The answer is just one, and that one is Sheffield's Matthew Leese, who plays viola in the Endcliffe Orchestra and was a runner-up in the first Janet Altman Composing Competition in 2016. 

Matthew's aim was to write a concerto that would be playable by every self-respecting amateur pianist, and he has fulfilled this brief to the full with a joyful, uplifting and melodious concerto. Matthew will also be the soloist tonight. 

The rest of the programme captures every nuance of mood, from dreamy and contemplative to passionate and hot, of a fine summer's evening.

Performers

Endcliffe Orchestra (Symphony Orchestra)

Programme

  • Matthew Leese: Easy Piano Concerto
  • Butterworth: Banks of Green Willow
  • Debussy: Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
  • Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber
  • Piazzolla: Libertango
  • Weber: Overture Der Freischütz

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