Southbank Sinfonia, St John’s Waterloo 17 March

This concert was not as crowded as I had expected, given that Intermezzo had been so complimentary about Elizabeth Llewellyn.  She certainly gave her all in the service of putting the numbers over to the audience, and it may have been quite an overwhelming experience for those sitting at the front.  So might sitting right under the bell of the trumpet for the Scarlatti numbers. The orchestra members who weren’t performing this evening showed great energy as claqueurs from the back of the church.

Simon Over the conductor said there were also opportunities to hear Southbank Sinfonia in Bury Court Barn, Bentley, Surrey and also in Italy.  You could email Stuart Angel if you wanted to know about Italy.

At the end we had Handel’s Eternal Source Of Light Divine from the Birthday Ode For Queen Anne and it seemed very appropriate for a church…

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