St Paul’s Sinfonia Programme 2010/11

St Paul's Deptford

Here’s the programme for the St Paul’s Sinfonia 2010/11 season, which includes showings of two silent films with scores by Stuart Hancock on 20 May,  and a world premiere by Elena Firsova on 18 February.  No doubt more details will appear on their website soon enough!

Friday 15 October

Mendelssohn Overture ‘Ruy Blas’
Martinu Concerto-Rhapsody
Schubert Symphony No. 9 ‘Great’

Louise Parker viola
Andrew Morley conductor

Friday 19 November

Haydn Symphony No. 43 ‘Mercury’
Alan Rawsthorne Divertimento
Schumann Symphony No. 2

Andrew Morley  conductor

Friday 17 December

Mendelssohn Overture ‘Hebrides’
Stuart Hancock Violin Concerto
David Braid Score for an lmaginary Film
Haydn Symphony No. 45 ‘Farewell’

Paul Barrett  violin
Andrew Morley  conductor

Friday 21 January


Barber Adagio for Strings
Herrmann Music from Psycho
lves Quarter-tone Chorale
Benjamin Frankel Concertante Lirico
Elgar Introduction and Allegro

Andrew Morley  conductor

Friday 18 February

Herrmann Aubade
Elena Firsova Cello Concerto No. 4 (WP)
Mozart Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter’

Anatole Liebermann   cello
Andrew Morley   conductor

Friday 18 March

Schubert Symphony No.3
St Paul’s Sinfonia Composition Prize winner
Sibelius Symphony No. 3

Friday 8 April

Haydn Symphony No. 47 ‘Palindrome’
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto
Sibelius Symphony No. 2

Elona Laurie   violin
Samuel Burstin  conductor

Friday 22 April


Bach St John Passion

Serlo Consort and soloists
Andrew Morley conductor

Friday 20 May


Stuart Hancock ‘One Week’ (WP)
Stuart Hancock ‘Lucky Star’

Andrew Morley   conductor

Friday 17 June

Mahler Adagietto from Symphony No. 5
Bruch Violin Concerto
Mahler Symphony No. 4

John Haworth violin
Zoe South soprano
Andrew Morley conductor

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