THERE will be music in the air at a historic Bromsgrove church tomorrow when the Orchestra of St John performs its first concert of 2019.
The Spring Concert at 7.30pm at St John’s Church features three ‘great’ orchestral pieces, including Schubert’s Ninth Symphony, known as ‘The Great C Major’.
It opens with a work considered one of Mozart’s greatest symphonies – Symphony Number 38 – and there will be music teacher Richard Tattam, playing Carl Maria von Weber’s ever popular bassoon concerto.
Orchestra manager Alastair Moseley said it promised to be a lovely way to spend a spring evening.
“During the concert the audience will be able to learn about the plans to protect Bromsgrove’s landmark building for future generations thanks to the Heritage Future Appeal, putting St John’s back at the heart of the town.”
Tickets are £10 if bought in advance at www.osjbromgrove.org or from Decanter Spirit in Bromsgrove High Street.
Tickets on the door are £12, and as with all OSJ concerts, accompanied students and children go free.