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Mozart Fest 2023 Final Concert

30th September


£18.00 Full, £15.00 Concession, £8.00 Student

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An exhilarating final concert to round off 2023's Mozart Fest.

Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra K364 is one of his finest creations, composed when the composer was only 23 years old. The work is highly inventive, dark-hued in the middle movement, and wonderfully joyous in the final Rondo. Mozart's Requiem in D minor K626 is full of drama and pathos, and a moving testament to the composer's extraordinary gifts and untimely death at the age of 35. The concert opens with the celebrated Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by Handel, a composer whom Mozart greatly admired. This evening's programme also includes the premiere of Paul Martyn West's eloquent Remembering Them.

Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra K364 by WA Mozart

 Requiem in D minor K626 by WA Mozart

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by GF Handel 

Remembering Them by Paul Martyn West

Marcel Sinfonia 

London Docklands Singers

Ivana Cetkovic - violin

Virginia Slater - viola

Andrew Campling - conductor


Please note there are no assigned seats for this event.


Andrew Campling

Composer & Conductor

A graduate of Oxford University, Andrew is a member of the Ivors Academy of Composers. His music has featured on BBC Radio and has been performed in venues such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Purcell Room and the Royal Albert Hall. Andrew’s music has also received performances in France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, USA and Australia. His piano music is available on a number of CD's including 'Celtic Rhapsody' and 'Piano Music'. Andrew has composed three symphonies, ten concertos, and many choral works. He directs the London Docklands Singers, the Thames Chamber Choir, the Choir of the London School of Economics and the Marcel Sinfonia. The Sinfonia gives concerts regularly in St Paul’s Covent Garden and has performed in Southwark Cathedral, Brentwood Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral Dublin.

London Docklands Singers


In late 1992, Andrew Campling founded the London Docklands Singers with a small group of friends and colleagues who enjoyed making music together. The choir soon grew and the first performance in April 1993 saw about 30 singers on the stage. Today, the choir numbers some 70 singers, aged from 20 to 70+ from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions, living and working all over London and beyond.

The choir performs mainly in churches in London’s Docklands and East London as well as in St. Paul’s Church, Covent Garden and – every few years – at Southwark Cathedral. When possible, concerts help raise money for a variety of charitable causes. The choir’s annual Christmas events are generally in aid of the homeless charity CRISIS and have raised more than £30,000 since the year 2000.

Marcel Sinfonia


The Marcel Sinfonia brings together graduates from leading conservatoires in London such as the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. The Sinfonia performs regularly in Southwark Cathedral and St Paul’s Covent Garden, and has also performed in Christ Church Cathedral Dublin and The Signet Library, Edinburgh. The orchestra’s repertoire includes concertos by Vivaldi, Marcello, Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Schumann and Poulenc. The Sinfonia’s name derives from the Marcel Suite, composed by the orchestra’s musical director Andrew Campling.

Mozart Fest 2023 Final Concert

30 September 2023


£18.00 Full, £15.00 Concession, £8.00 Student

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