Mozart’s sublime and exhilarating final symphony was the last of three to be composed in quick succession during the summer of 1788.
It was probably the London impresario Salomon who named it after the mightiest of the ancient Roman gods.
London Concert Choir, one of London’s leading amateur choirs, is about to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
It regularly appears with Music Director Mark Forkgen at London’s premier concert venues and is noted for its conviction and expressiveness in an unusually varied repertoire.
The Counterpoint ensemble is made up of leading period instrument specialists.
RepertoireHaydn: Te Deum in C, Hob.XXIIIc:2 (for the Empress Marie Therese)