Mozart Players’ launch concert, St John’s, Oct 23

The London Mozart Players have arrived in Upper Norwood, and are encouraging people to see them perform in their new home in a free concert at St John’s next month.


St John’s, Upper Norwood, the new home for the London Mozart Players

The LMP offer an afternoon of music, art and performance from 3pm on Sunday, October 23, and after the concert the chance to mingle with the musicians and experience:

  • A preview of the critically acclaimed series ‘Bach to Baby’ – Classical concerts for babies & toddlers
  • Food and drink stalls by suppliers from the Crystal Palace Food Market (a Transition Town project)
  • An interactive kids art workshop led by a local artist
  • An art exhibition in the foyer of St John the Evangelist

The concert programme, for Sunday October 23, is:

Handel “Arrival of the Queen of Sheba”
Piazzolla Autumn from “The Four Seasons”
Grainger “Londonderry Air”
Vivaldi Concerto for Two Trumpets
Mozart Symphony No. 29

This is a free event but there are limited places, so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

You can help support future community projects and concerts by giving a donation.

To book your tickets, click here


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