“When one is tired of London,” said Samuel Johnson, “one is tired of life. Because there is in London all that life can afford.” English composer William Boyce knew Mozart, who composed his first symphony in the city when he was only eight years old. Handel’s Water Music was composed for the “stage” of the River Thames. And Haydn wrote his Clock Symphony for a grand performance in the city’s main concert hall. Principal Guest Conductor and London resident Nicholas Kraemer directs.
BOYCE Symphony No. 5 in D Major
HANDEL Water Music Suite No. 1 in F Major
MOZART Symphony No. 1 in E-flat Major
HAYDN Symphony No. 101 in D Major (Clock)
Music of the Baroque Orchestra
Nicholas Kraemer, conductor
Admission Fee $35-$100.