Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund in conjunction with All Saints Chorus and Orchestra present Beethoven’s light-hearted and popular Symphony No. 8, followed by a performance of Mozart’s choral masterpiece Requiem on Saturday 7th September 2019
Here performed together with Beethoven’s effervescent Symphony No 8 in what promises to be a delightful evening of music by the All Saints Chorus & Orchestra one of the most widely acclaimed ensembles in London fresh from their recent success of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony here performing to raise money for the Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund.
Set in the magnificent surroundings of Southwark Cathedral, a truly iconic venue, this promises to be an evening of sublime classical music not to be missed. Why not come along and enjoy these two classical greats, in a splendid setting, while supporting children with cancer at the same time?
About the event
Mozart’s ever popular Requiem Mass was actually finished by his pupil Süssmayr following Mozart’s death.
Commissioned by a nobleman who wished to pass it off as his own work in memory of his wife. Mozart’s wife Constanza needed the completed work to obtain the rest of the commission fee.
Tickets and location
Date and times: 7th September 18:30 – 20:30
Venue: Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London, SE1 9DA
Tickets price range: £10-£35
- Jon Cullen · Conductor
- Leader: Jonathon Strange
- Samantha Crawford · Soprano Lynette Alcántara · Mezzo soprano Bene’t Coldstream · Tenor Stephen Alder · Bass
- Requiem · Mozart
- Symphony No. 8 F major · Beethoven
- Motet: Ave verum Corpus · Mozart
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