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07 April 2017

A warm welcome back to the  European Union Chamber Orchestra with Bradford Cathedral Choir. This time joined by BBC Young Musician of the Year Benjamin Goldscheider playing an ever popular Mozart Horn Concerto. 

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The EUCO gave its first concerts in 1981 and soon gained an international reputation as a musical ambassador for the European Union. It regularly performs in major concert halls throughout the UK and recent years have seen live broadcasts on BBC Radio 3.
 
Bradford Cathedral Choir's repertoire is extensive, ranging from plainchant to the present day, and the Choir continues to establish an enviable reputation for the standard of its singing. 
 
Ben has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting horn players of his generation. The winner of the Brass Category Final and a subsequent concerto finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition 2016, Ben has appeared as a soloist with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Mark Wigglesworth and next season, will make his debut with the European Union Chamber Orchestra.
 

Bradford Cathedral Choir, Conductor: Alexander Berry
EUCO Director: Eva Stegemann
Soloist: Benjamin Goldscheider, Horn
(BBC Young Musician of the Year Concerto Finalist)

Programme:
Haydn Little Organ Mass
Mozart Horn Concerto No.4
Diana Burrell Chaconne (First performance)
Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings

Click here to visit European Union Chamber Orchestra’s website 
Click here to visit Bradford Cathedral website 
Click here to visit Benjamin Goldscheider's website 
 

 

 
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