Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Ealing Music and Film Festival

London Mozart Players
London Mozart Players
The seventh Ealing Music and Film Festival opened today (13 February 2019) and runs until 17 February, with film screenings and concerts covering all genres. London Mozart Players (which turns 70 this year) and Tamsin Little will be performing Roxanna Panufnik's World Seasons with music by Mozart, Vivaldi, Elgar and Tchaikovsky at the University of West London (14/2/2019), Ealing Youth Orchestra, conductor Leon Gee, is joined by members of the London Mozart Players with the 2018 BBC Young Musician, Lauren Zhang, performing Prokofiev and Berlioz, plus The Spark Catchers by young local composer Hannah Kendall (15/2/2019), West London Sinfonia, conductor Philip Hesketh, will be performing Dvorak and Khachaturian alongside Nathaniel Stookey's The composer is dead with local actor Christopher Kent as narrator (16/2/2019).

The final day of the festival features two concerts at the University of West London, from the Love2Sing choir, conductor Elizabeth Lusty, and a showcase performance by students from the London College of Music and its Junior College.

There are also jazz events, plus a showing of the 1979 film Quadrophenia. Full details from the Ealing Music and Film Festival website.

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