Enjoy a programme of music for trumpets on the theme of animals and a cowboy
Enjoy a programme of music for trumpets on the theme of animals and a cowboy.
13:00 | Free with Museum admission
Emily Mitchell, soloist trumpet player, takes us on a journey through music on the theme of animals and cowboys.
Emily Mitchell is a postgraduate scholarship student at the Royal Academy of Music and has played with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and toured with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields. She is also a founding member of London Metropolitan Brass, a brass quintet formed in 2016 of Academy students and are the Chamber Fellows at the Royal Academy of Music for 2018-19.
The Foundling Museum’s classical concerts feature a wide range of performers and repertoire, inspired by the story of the Foundling Hospital and some of its most famous supporters – above all, Handel. Our Thursday Young Artists’ Platform series showcases exceptional musicians at the start of their musical career, with the generous support of the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Handel – Suite in D, Overture and Gigue
Bajin – Compendium: The Reform of Rank Bajin
Dvorak – Song to the Moon from Rusalka
Plog – Animal Ditties
James Stephenson – Vignettes
In partnership with the Philharmonia Orchestra.