Sadly, following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a second lockdown, this concert cannot now go ahead. We will be in touch with all ticket holders shortly to arrange a refund.
Thankfully, however, an online broadcast of the Mozart Serenade will be going ahead, and tickets for this are on sale here.
Musicians from the Academy perform Mozart’s Serenade No.10 ‘Gran Partita’.
Written for 12 wind instruments and double bass, the ‘Gran Partita’ is arguably the greatest of the three large-scale serenades Mozart wrote in the early 1780s. Made up of seven movements, the third movement ‘Adagio’ is perhaps the best known, thanks to it featuring prominently in the stage play and film of Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, for which the Academy recorded the soundtrack.
Join us for a socially-distanced performance of this much-loved work.
Concert begins at 7pm and will last no more than 1hr.
Please read this important safety information:
The concert will adhere to government guidelines on permitted audience numbers and social distancing.
If you, or anyone in your household, feels unwell on the day of the concert please do not attend. Notify us at least 2hrs before the start time and we will arrange a refund.
Please only book tickets for people from your own household as tickets bought together will be seated together.
Various measures are in place to keep you and the Academy’s musicians safe, including:
- strictly limited capacity with households sat a minimum of 2m apart
- face coverings mandatory (apart from those who are exempt)
- hand sanitiser provided
- staggered entry and exit in order to maintain a social distance
- no paper programme or tickets
- church pews cleaned prior to the concert
- no interval