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Marvellous Mozart

Marvellous Mozart

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October

Science has Einstein, art has Michelangelo, football has Messi... and music has Mozart! Discover some of this great composer’s finest music at our first ever classical music weekend festival.

As well as some outstanding concerts, there will be lots more to enjoy; bring and sing, workshops and a concert for the whole family. Marvellous Mozart is presented in association with Music in the Round and its resident musicians Ensemble 360.

Picnic boxes are available for pre-order at the Box Office (by Wednesday 25 October) for £8.50

Collection from the theatre on Saturday 28 October 5.30 - 7pm and Sunday 29 October 1 - 3pm. Includes sandwich selection, savoury snack, dessert and drink (hot or cold soft drink/wine).

Come and Make

Saturday 28 October | Foyer | 10 - 11am

Creative fun for all mini-maestros and music-makers in this music-themed art and craft workshop. Tickets are free but numbers are limited – please book in advance.
Free, drop-in session.


Music Box

Saturday 28 October | Room 2

Babies and their grown-ups can enjoy an informal concert, while children aged 3-6 will love their more interactive session with instruments and singing.

10.30 - 11.15am [for ages 0 - 2] BUY TICKETS
12.30 - 1.15pm [for ages 3 - 6] BUY TICKETS

£6 per child (maximum two adults free per child)



Family Concert: Mozart for mini-maestros

Saturday 28 October | the Round | 11 - 12pm

Join Ensemble 360 and presenter Andy Smith (from BBC’s Ten Pieces) for this interactive family concert – it’s the perfect introduction to some of Mozart's best known tunes, for ages 5 – 11 and their grown-ups. Includes free resources to download and explore before and after the concert (coming soon!)

£8 per adult, £5 per child BUY TICKETS
Families of 4+ get 10% DISCOUNT

Bring and Sing: Ave Verum Corpus

Saturday 28 October | the McCarthy | 4 - 5.30pm

Mozart’s music is at its most poignant in apparently simple pieces such as his Ave Verum Corpus. Enthusiastic singers are warmly invited to join this session led by Stuart Overington, in preparation for an informal performance as part of our opening night concert.

£20 per participant BUY TICKETS
Your Bring and Sing ticket includes a seat for the Saturday evening concert.


Opening night concert with Ensemble 360

Saturday 28 October | the Round | 7.30 – 9.10pm

MOZART:
- Variations on Mozart’s Là ci darem la mano for Oboe, Violin and Viola by Ludwig van Beethoven 
- Piano Trio in C K.548
- Ave verum corpus with Ensemble 360 and the ‘Bring and Sing’ Choir
- Piano Quartet in G minor K.478

The Piano Trio in C was written in 1788, one of Mozart's most prolific years. He was suffering from considerable financial hardship at the time, but no clue to that is given in this confident and charming piece.

£16 | £10 | £3 (music students) BUY TICKETS

Marvellous Mozart with Paul Allen and Ensemble 360

Sunday 29 October | the Round | 1.45 - 2.30pm

Pottymouth and sublime genius: what makes Mozart Mozart - and would it make Salieri want him dead? An illustrated conversation between Paul Allen and the virtuoso musicians of Ensemble 360.
£6.50 BUY TICKETS


Afternoon concert with Ensemble 360
Sunday 29 October | the Round | 3pm – 4.45pm

MOZART:
- Violin Sonata in B flat K 454
- Oboe Quartet K 370
- Adagio for Cor Anglais and String Trio K580a
- Piano Quartet in E flat K 493

Completed just after the first performance of The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s Piano Quartet in E flat is launched with a grand flourish and continues in bright and genial style.
£16 | £10 | £3 (music students) BUY TICKETS

With funding from a legacy payment from Miss D R Kurzman, awarded by Arts Council England.

Photos: Andy Brown

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funded by
Arts Council England
Whitby-Scarborough-Filey Borough of Scarborough