Mozart Symphony No 41 in C ‘Jupiter’
Aurora Orchestra is the first orchestra in history to perform whole symphonies entirely from memory. Since 2014 it has applied this electrifying performance style to symphonies by Mozart, Brahms, Beethoven and Shostakovich, including for a series of much praised appearances at the BBC Proms. Acclaimed for their intimacy, dynamism and irresistible sense of joy, Aurora’s memorised performances have become one of the most talked-about developments in classical music over recent seasons, winning the
orchestra a prestigious Classical:NEXT Award, and sparking several other experiments in memorised performance by European orchestras.
Please note Due to an error, this concert was previous billed as starting at 7.30pm. The correct start time is 7pm as advertised here, and in our printed brochure.