Bach to Baby & London Mozart Players Concert

UK's first ever orchestral family concert for age 0+. Saturday December 3rd, 2016.  

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Special Event - London Mozart Players

St John the Evangelist
Sylvan Road
Upper Norwood, SE19 2RX

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Bach to Baby is thrilled to be teaming up with one of Europe’s finest chamber orchestras the London Mozart Players to bring you the UK’s first large-scale orchestral concert for ages 0+ this December!

Tickets for these concerts are now sold out
Saturday 3 December 2.00pm & 4:15pm

Magnificent Mozart

Featuring Miaomiao Yu, piano & London Mozart Players

Come meet the epitome of musical royalty - Magnificent Mozart! Bringing together a 22-piece orchestra in a programme featuring his vivacious Jupiter Symphony and the serene Andante from the piano concerto in C. Follow the drama of the overture to the opera La Finta Giardiera, dance to the regal elegance of Divertimento in D and, to crown it all off, your favourite singalong Christmas carols. A glittering treat for the whole family!

2.00pm Concert - Doors open at 1.30pm
4.15pm Concert - Doors open at 3:45pm.

Concert lasts for about an hour.

Flexi-tickets and gift cards are NOT valid for this concert

About the concerts

Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.

Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a Monmouth coffee, and catch up with friends before the performance.

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How to get there

St John the Evangelist, Upper Norwood, SE19 2RX

Public transport: Closest stations are Crystal Palace and Anerley
Parking: Street parking available
Accessibility: Step free access and nappy changing facilities available

About the venue

The history of St John’s began in the 1870s, when a large temporary iron church was built to serve the newly developed area of Upper Norwood. In October 1875 this church was moved to the current site and in early 1876 it became a parish church, and the first vicar was William Fairbairn La Trobe-Bateman, who began an initiative to raise funds to build a permanent church to replace the iron structure. Never a man to do things by halves, Bateman commissioned John Loughborough Pearson, one of the finest architects of the age, to design a building of cathedral-like proportions. A suitably inspiring location for Bach to Baby's first orchestral concert!