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Mozart and J.C.Bach Concert Event by The Melbourne Musicians

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For the final concert in their 40th Anniversary Season, The Melbourne Musicians, directed by Frank U.Pam, present an attractive program of music by Mozart and J.C.Bach with two brilliant soloists.

This special event will be held at St Johns Southgate on Sunday 15 November 2015 at 3pm.

Multi-prizewinning young violinist Jackie Wong will play Mozart's much loved Violin Concerto No.3 in G major and Lawrence Dobell, Principal Clarinet of Sydney Symphony Orchestra, will play J.C.Bach/W.A.Mozart Clarinet Concerto in E flat.

This is a clever arrangement of an early piano concerto by Mozart, which is based on a keyboard sonata by J.C.Bach. Lawrence is excited to be playing his first concerto in Melbourne since he won the State Final of the ABC Instrumental and Vocal Competition in 1982.

The concert opens with Mozart's charming Symphony No.27, written when he was 17 and closes with a typically delightful sinfonia by J.C.Bach, who was a very important influence on Mozart.

Tickets are now on sale for this concert event and are priced from $25.

Early bookings are advised as seating is limited: to proceed with a booking, please visit Trybooking.

For more information on The Melbourne Musicians and the concert program, please visit the official website and Facebook.

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When: Sunday 15 November, 3pm
Where: St Johns Southgate, 20 City Rd,Southbank
Cost: $50; Seniors/Conc. $45; Students $25
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