CANCELED. Academy of St Martin in the Fields, scheduled for Thursday, March 11, has been canceled. Ticket holders have been contacted regarding next steps. For any questions, please reach out to the Ticket Office at email@example.com or (843) 242-3099. Thank you for your continued support.
SCHUBERT Overture in C minor
SCHUMANN Concerto for Violoncello in A minor, Op. 129 (arr. string orchestra)
TIPPETT Little Music for String Orchestra
TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade for Strings in C major, Op. 48
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields is one of the world’s finest chamber orchestras, renowned for fresh, brilliant interpretations of the world’s greatest orchestral music.
Formed by Sir Neville Marriner in 1958 from a group of leading London musicians, the Academy gave its first performance in its namesake church in November 1959. Through unrivaled live performances and a vast recording output—highlights of which include the 1969 best-seller Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the soundtrack to the Oscar-winning film Amadeus—the Academy quickly gained an enviable international reputation for its distinctive, polished and refined sound. With over 500 releases in a much-vaunted discography and a comprehensive international touring program, the name and sound of Academy is known and loved by classical audiences throughout the world.
To find out more about the Academy of St Martin in the Fields please visit www.asmf.org, or follow the orchestra on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
About Johannes Moser:
German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, BBC Philharmonic at the Proms, London Symphony, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Tokyo NHK Symphony, Philadelphia and Cleveland Orchestras with conductors of the highest level.
Johannes has a multi award-winning discography with his exclusive label PENTATONE. In August 2019 his latest release featured the works of Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn with Alasdair Beatson, Piano.
Johannes Moser plays on an Andrea Guarneri Cello from 1694 from a private collection.