International feel to Mozart

PUBLISHED: 07:55 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:09 28 May 2010

IN TUNE: Bernard Lanskey (piano) and Rebecca Knight (cello), who will be at the Hadstock Mozart concert

IN TUNE: Bernard Lanskey (piano) and Rebecca Knight (cello), who will be at the Hadstock Mozart concert

PERFORMERS from all over the world will be playing at a concert in Hadstock to mark Mozart s 250th birthday. Following the successful recital in St Botolph s Church on December 7, a second evening of music at the venue has been lined up, with renowned mus

PERFORMERS from all over the world will be playing at a concert in Hadstock to mark Mozart's 250th birthday.

Following the successful recital in St Botolph's Church on December 7, a second evening of music at the venue has been lined up, with renowned musicians coming from as far afield as Australia.

Music by Mozart on Thursday January 26, will feature some of the composer's works, such as Fantasie in C Minor and Adagio in E, being played by acclaimed performers from Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Holland, Iceland, Australia and the UK.

Talented young violinist, Rachel Harder, who is a student at Saffron Walden County High School, will also be playing.

The event was organised by the Friends of St Botolph's and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

It is likely that there will be a number of other concerts organised for 2006, to take advantage of the fine acoustics of St Botolph's Church.

Tickets for the event cost £8. Concessions will be charged £5 and a family ticket can be bought for £15.

They can be purchased in advance from Saffron Walden Tourist Office or on the door on the evening.

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