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Mozart by candlelight. Mystery Ensemble. Kensington Church concert series

at 18:30
15 – 35
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✨А unique concert on March 11th will take place in an ancient church in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The evening programme includes the best works of one of the greatest composers performed by the extraordinary Mystery ensemble in an intimate & relaxing atmosphere.

Magical masterpieces of the great W. A. Mozart in a cosy church in the centre of Kensington district! Famous works in the most driving sound!

Mystery Ensemble:

"This winter evening, we want to introduce the audience to one of the brightest programs in our repertoire, consisting of works by Mozart. His work is characterized by lightness and simplicity. This is the program after which you will leave the hall smiling! Just imagine the cosy atmosphere of the church! The arches are of unimaginable beauty! The scene... candles and beautiful hall lights! And inspired artists who play music sparkling with happiness! And well-known, familiar to you music... With a pitch like at a rock concert! After all, Mozart was a rocker of his time! And we will show that Mozart is also able to rock the audience."

Mozart composed "Little Night Serenade" — one of his most famous and recognizable works — in Vienna on August 10, 1787. This time — between The Marriage of Figaro and the last three symphonies — was the heyday of his talent. In one version, Mozart dedicated a "Little Night Serenade" to his wife Constance on their fifth wedding anniversary. Be that as it may, the music of the Serenade, with its beauty, grace and unique sound, still does not cease to excite the hearts of listeners!

🥂All guests will be invited to enjoy a welcome drink before the show.


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Mystery Ensemble

The mysterious fleur of the concert will be created by the unique connection between musicians with the surrounding them architecture & lights. Lights installation over the vaults of the 19th-century church and stately pipe organ help the ensemble to transfer the audience into the cryptic world of her majesty’s the music.

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Little Night Serenade & other masterpieces

Mozart by candlelight. Mystery Ensemble. Kensington Church concert series
£ 15 – 35