We present Rossini, Haydn & Brahms in traditional concert format. We begin with Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture, originally composed in just 12 days for a different opera. Joseph Haydn’s ever popular Cello Concerto number 1 in C follows, written in the 1760s and then lost until the 1960s when a copy of the score was discovered in the Prague National Museum! The soloist will be our very own principal cellist Tim Steggals, more usually seen leading the de Havilland Philharmonic Orchestra cello section.
Rossini Overture – The Barber of Seville
Haydn Cello – Concerto No.1 in C Soloist Tim Steggals
Brahms – Symphony No 1