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We continue our journey around the world of classical music with a visit to Vienna, often described as the ‘City of Music’ and home to many giants of the classical repertoire. The great composers for our first concert; Strauss, Mozart and Brahms, are a testament to a city full of a rich heritage of musical treasures. It will be a joy to open the year with Strauss’s Fledermaus Overture - as there is no better place to celebrate the New Year than in Vienna!  We are delighted to welcome David Dolan to Orpheus and very much look forward to his Mozart Piano Concerto - it is an honour to have a musician of his calibre playing with us. Brahms’s wonderous and favourite Fourth Symphony provides the perfect finish to our first musical journey this season.

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Thursday 23 January 2014, 7.30 PM

Orpheus Sinfonia
Thomas Carroll – Conductor
David Dolan – Piano

Strauss Die Fledermaus Overture
Mozart Piano Concerto No 13
Brahms Symphony No 4

Venue: St George's Church, Hanover Square, London, W1S 1FX
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Vienna - St George's Church - Thursday 23 January 2014, 7.30 PM
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