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TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade for Strings (29’)
RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez (22’)
MOZART Symphony No.41 ‘Jupiter’ (26’)
plus a selection of works for solo guitar
Bradley Creswick director
Craig Ogden guitar
Royal Northern Sinfonia
Craig Ogden stands in for Milos Karadglic, who has had to pull out due to injury.
Rodrigo’s Andalucian-inspired concerto plus Mozart’s final symphony, his ‘Jupiter’ : a work that sealed his reputation for generations to come.
Part of the following Musical Journey:
Milos would like to pass on the following message:
It is with huge regret that I must withdraw from my concert at Sage Gateshead on 6th December.
I have been having some problems with a muscle strain in my hand which became inflamed two weeks ago. I have been undergoing treatment and physiotherapy to put things right but unfortunately, we are not quite there yet and my consultant has advised that I should refrain from playing concerts for the next ten days.
I was looking forward to these concerts in the UK so much and I can’t tell you how sad and sorry I am not to be there to play for you. I will plan another UK tour in 2016 and hope very much you will come back to see me then.
Thankfully, my friend Craig Ogden is available to step in for me this week and I know you will support him in my absence. He is a great guitarist and will do a really fine job.
For now, I send you my very warmest wishes and thank you so much for understanding my situation. I’m so sorry.
Mozart’s music today is too often abandoned to the commercialism of chocolate boxes and ‘Mozart for Babies’ CDs, ignoring the far more complex and dramatic context within which it was written. While many of his compositions were premiered to the applause of archdukes, kings...
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