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18 February 2021 London (United Kingdom)
The Gruffalo and The Snowman
Mozart Symphony Orchestra conducted by Philip Mackenzie - Cadogan Hall
This concert has been canceled.
Program Info: Mozart Symphony Orchestra Philip Mackenzie, conductor Alice Mackenzie, soprano Mark Webber, narrator
In light of the announcement that London will be under Tier 3 restrictions from Wednesday 16 December, the performances on Monday 21 December at 1pm, 3.30pm and 6pm rescheduled to Wednesday 17 February 2021 at 1pm, 3.30pm and 6pm and performances on Tuesday 22 December at 11am, 1.30pm and 4pm have been rescheduled to Thursday 18 February 2021 at 11am, 1.30pm and 4pm.
The Cadogan Hall is delighted to announce the world premiere of a new adaptation of The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. This magical book has been re-worked into an enchanting piece for narrator and orchestra by Philip Mackenzie. In the manner of Peter and the Wolf, each character in the tale is represented by a different instrument of the orchestra – any guesses what the Gruffalo will be played by?
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without The Snowman and what better way to see this iconic film than with a live symphony orchestra providing the soundtrack and guest soloist, eleven-year-old Alice Mackenzie singing ‘Walking in the Air’?
Louis Mander and Mark Webber have teamed up to create a hilarious brand new work based on Kipling’s Just So Stories as a way of introducing children to the sounds of an orchestra.
The perfect Christmas treat for all the family!
Programme: Howard Blake - The Snowman (film showing on the large screen with orchestral accompaniment) Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler - The Gruffalo Louis Mander and Mark Webber - Just So Stories (inspired by Rudyard Kipling)