Corelli: Concerto Grosso in D major, Op.6 No.4
Hummel: Concerto for trumpet and orchestra in E-flat Major
Bach: Concerto for oboe and violin, BWV 1060
Elgar: Serenade for strings, Op.20
Mozart: Divertimento in F Major, KV138
Kammerphilharmonie Europa is an orchestra of talented young musicians from 18 countries, nine of which (seven strings, oboe and trumpet) are coming on this tour to the UK. This is the largest number in an ensemble to have ever performed at a Peak Music concert and should produce an intensity of sound in the Cavendish Hall normally only found in larger venues.
Founded in 2006 by Leonid Tritus, it is a free orchestra with a focus on classical music that brings together committed musicians with the aim of forming an artistically demanding ensemble even without a permanent sponsorship. Based at the gates of Cologne, they now employ over 60 talented professional musicians from currently 18 nations, who all look back on a sound education and a versatile stage experience at an international level. The central motivation of her work is the claim to unite independently, especially with regard to the selection of repertoire and soloists.
For more information about Kammerphilharmonie Europa visit their website