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A special concert of instrumental and vocal works pairs music by French composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges – celebrated swordsman, virtuoso violinist, and the first star classical composer of African ancestry – with that of his contemporary and rival Mozart.
Mozart’s Requiem puts the Glyndebourne Chorus in the spotlight. The composer’s emotionally-charged final work takes listeners from the darkness of the Day of Judgement through grief and loss to consolation and redemption in some of the greatest music Mozart would ever write.
In 1866, Liverpool Empire began its life as The Prince of Wales Theatre and Opera House and was run by gas light and steam power. The name changed to what it is today in 1895, so has had its name for over 100 years. It went through many refurbishments, before being bought by ATG and the theatre now stands about a quarter size bigger than it originally stood.