Elstree Mozart Players lead by Lucy Cumming, conducted by Derek Holland will be performing a concert in Allum Manor & Hall in Borehamwood on Saturday 9th October 2021
This Concert features ‘Rossini’s William Tell Overture’ and includes a ‘world premiere’ of a ‘Tuba Concerto’ by Phillip White.
The planned performance of Elgar’s Cello Concerto publicised will now be performed at a later date. This has now been replaced by ‘Three Elizabeth’s Suites by Eric Coates and Serenade (op 18) by William Matthias
The concert also includes a performance of Sibelius’s Finlandia, introducing members of Borehamwood Brass.
Soloist for the evening is Christopher Barrett, in a change from the publicised soloist.
The concert is envisaged to raise money for the ‘Rotary local charities in Elstree & Borehamwood’.
The orchestra consisting of 70 local musicians, being is aimed to enthuse the cross section of the local community crossing age barriers, gender race and religion, to celebrate music as a performing art.
This will be the first performance of the orchestra since February 2020, because of all the COVID-19 restrictions we have been living through.
The concert, which has been organised in conjunction with the Trustees and staff of Allum Hall and manor, being grateful for their support with this concert.
Tickets cost £15.00 (concessions £12.00) which will be available in advance by contacting either
Pat Strack on 020 8386 3151 or Andrew Grady on 07802 736628