Mozart to Motown via Getz | Visit Canterbury

Mozart to Motown via Getz

  • Date: 20th June 2021
  • Location: Great Hall, Kent College
  • Time: 16:00 - 20:00
  • Cost: £21.50

Mozart to Motown builds upon one of our previous concerts, Bach to Bowie, which proved highly successful. We are delighted that Polly Gibbons can join us, together with superb saxophonist Paul Booth.

First performance: 4pm-5pm Second performance: 7pm-8pm Tickets £21.50, £16.50 Students (price includes booking fees) Colour programme brochure included in ticket price ————————————————————————– Festival Chamber Orchestra Conductor – Stephen Barlow Voice – Polly Gibbons Tenor Saxophone – Paul Booth Oboe – Ian Crowther ————————————————————————— Mozart to Motown builds upon one of our previous concerts, Bach to Bowie, which proved highly successful. We are delighted that Polly Gibbons can join us, together with superb saxophonist Paul Booth, hence via Getz, as Paul will perform ‘Her’ from the iconic Focus Album by Stan Getz. The programme will include some popular and lesser known Classical pieces together with some famous popular tunes of the 1960’s finishing with the Motown Sound. Polly Gibbons has been described ‘as a jazz talent whose voice is also steeped in vintage R & B with shades of Aretha Franklin’ ( The Jazz times). Paul Booth’s tenor sax soloing is fluent and elegant, unhurried with no sense of bluster. The Concert promises an exciting mix of styles with some wonderful Mozart and Salieri through to Dusty, Procol Harum and The Motown Sound. Programme to Include: W A Mozart. Symphony no 29 (First and final movs.) J Haydn. Symphony no 44 (second mov.) W Lloyd Webber. The Moon C. King. Going Back (arr McDermott) G Booker. Whiter Shade Of pale (arr. McDermott) A Salieri. La Veneziana (First mov) R Charles. Georgia on my mind (arr Matthews) S. Getz. Her M Gaye. Dancing in the Street (arr, McDermott) The Festival Chamber Orchestra has become renowned for presenting concerts which explore a diverse, innovative repertoire which still maintain the crucial element of being highly enjoyable and entertaining. ‘Rooted in Canterbury the FCO Is one of the great musical assets of the area.’ Dr R.Dunn Please note, this is a socially-distanced event with a limited capacity. We are utilising bubble seating layouts and masks will be required. Full event information will be emailed to bookers in advance of the event. Tickets: https://bit.ly/3e2wJSF