The Northern Chamber Orchestra return to St John’s Church, Buxton in November with trumpeter Tracey Redfern following a successful stint at the Buxton International Festival in the summer.
Tracey the NCO’s principal trumpeter, has won many prizes and plaudits for her musicianship throughout her career.
During this programme at 4pm on November 10, she takes on Jeremiah Clarke’s Trumpet Voluntary together with a lively Torelli concerto. Also on the programme are English string favourites by Elgar and Holst and Massenet’s gorgeous Last sleep of the virgin, from the oratorio La Viege.
The concert is book-ended by Handel’s great B minor concerto grosso and Mozart’s brilliant divertimento, composed at the age of 16.
For tickets and more details go to http://www.ncorch.co.uk