Falla El Amor brujo
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A
Beethoven Symphony No.7
Carlos Miguel Prieto conductor | Sergio Castelló López clarinet
This February at King George’s Hall, The Hallé’s Principal Clarinet Sergio Castelló López is soloist in Mozart’s serene concerto. It was written for Anton Stadler, hugely respected despite Mozart’s nickname for him: ‘old redcurrant face’.
The concerto was tailored to exploit Stadler’s virtuosity, celebrated singing tone and love of the instrument’s rich lower register.
Carlos Miguel Prieto brings his panache to bear on Beethoven’s exhilarating Seventh Symphony, a work described by Wagner as ‘the apotheosis of the dance’.
The concert opens with Falla’s remarkably beautiful El amor brujo.
Carlos Miguel Prieto in conversation. The talk will commence on the raked seating at 6.30pm. Tickets cost £3 and include a complimentary drink.
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VENUE: King George’s Hall, Northgate, Blackburn. BB2 1AA
DATE: Friday 15th February 2019
Single Concert Ticket from £18
Single Concert Concession Ticket from £16
Student Ticket from £3
Part Season – 3 Concerts from £48
Tickets are available:
By Phone: 01254 582579
In Person: King George’s Hall Box Office, Northgate, Blackburn.
Parking is available
– Fielden Street car park (BB2 1LH)
– The Mall car park (BB1 5AF)
– Street parking in the surrounding area is mostly FREE after 6pm
King George’s Hall are approximately 10 minutes walk from the bus and train stations, so are easily accessible by public transport.