Mu­si­cal mas­ter­pieces at the Wa­ter­side

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WITH one of the most cel­e­brated tunes in the world, Schu­bert’s fa­mously ‘un­fin­ished’ two-move­ment Sym­phony No.8 is both beau­ti­ful and mys­te­ri­ous, a small master­piece beloved by per­form­ers and au­di­ences alike.

Praised for the pu­rity of his lyri­cal and heart­felt per­for­mances, Leon McCaw­ley per­forms Mozart’s Pi­ano Con­certo No.23 – a prod­uct of one of Mozart’s great­est Vi­en­nese years.

The con­cert also fea­tures one of Men­delssohn’s stir­ring evo­ca­tions of the nat­u­ral world, his ro­man­tic recre­ation of the dra­matic Scot­tish coast, his Third Sym­phony di­rected by world-renowned con­duc­tor and win­ner of the Royal Phil­har­monic So­ci­ety Con­duc­tor Award in 2013, Kir­ill Kara­bits, left.

Royal Phil­har­monic Orches­tra When? Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 28 at

7.30pm Where? Ayles­bury Wa­ter­side The­atre, Ex­change Street, Ayles­bury, HP20 1UG Cost? £10 to £27.90 Visit:­gtick­ Ayles­bury

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