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Greenwich Mozart Festival: Concert 5
CD Launch Concert & Festival Finale
St Alfege Church, Greenwich, London
July 22nd | 7:30pm
Tickets: £15 - £30 (concessions available for over 65s and students; please see info below)
Soloist: Margaret Cornils Luke (Flute)
Conductor: Christopher Petrie
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London
Mozart: Flute Concerto No. 1 K. 313
Mozart: Flute Concerto No. 2 K. 314
Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor K. 550
Join us for our debut CD launch and finale to the Greenwich Mozart Festival. In 2015 the PCOL recorded works for flute and orchestra with solo flautist Margaret Cornils Luke for US label Centaur Records. Our new CD that was released in March 2017 will be available for purchase at this concert (where Margaret and Chris will give a CD signing).
We are thrilled to invite Margaret Cornils Luke back to perform both of Mozart's concertos for flute and orchestra in this concert. Written in 1778 in the 'gallant' style for which Mozart is so popular, these concertos are energetic, melodious and instantly appealing.
Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor is amongst his finest in the genre and is also one of his most popular works. It is, unusually for Mozart, in a minor key (this being one of only two symphonies Mozart wrote in a minor key), but despite this it possesses great energy from the start.
Concessions: we offer a 10% discount on all tickets (except £10 day tickets) for under 16s, full-time students and over 65s. ID is required upon entry to the venue to prove eligibility. Please select concession tickets as required when selecting tickets.
Doors and venue box office open at 6:30pm, concert starts at 7:30pm. Please arrive in good time as the box office becomes very busy after 7pm.
Nearest train station: Greenwich (0.3 miles)
Nearest tube station: Cutty Sark DLR (0.1 miles)
Nearest car park: Burney Street Car Park, Greenwich, SE10 8EX
Disabled Access: The venue is wheelchair accessible but please aim arrive at least 30mins early to enable us to accomodate you with as much comfort as we can provide. Wheelchair users are eligible for free entry (subject to availability) provided that a companion buys a full-price ticket for an aisle seat next to which a wheelchair can be accomodated. On the venue map, aisle seats are located:
- Left Side Stalls, seat number 3 on any row
- Stalls A or C, seat number 1 on any row
- Stalls B or D, seat number 5 on any row
- Right Side Stalls, seat number 1 on any row.
For help in finding a suitable seat please get in touch (link below).
We advise that tickets are bought in advance to avoid disappointment. Unreserved day tickets in the balcony for £10 each will be made available on the day of the concert but these may have a limited view or no view of the performance. We do not accept refunds.
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Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London Ltd.
The Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London was founded in 2013 to provide London's leading young professional musicians with the forum to develop a new voice. PCOL musicians regularly perform with all the prevailing London orchestras as well as many throughout the UK. This musical freshness and quality - along wth our unique artistic approach - has gained us a reputation for quality and innovation. In March 2017 the PCOL had their debut recording released on the major American label Centaur Classics.
Following many concerts in London's Cadogan Hall during 2013-15, the PCOL now presents most of their concerts in the form of Greenwich Mozart Festival held each summer in the beautiful and intimate setting St Alfege Church in Greenwich, London.