London Moonlight Symphony Orchestra Jorge Ripoll Clarinet Isolda da Costa Soares Soprano John Clapham Tenor Charles Johnston Baritone Elizaveta Tyun Concertmaster Margarita Mikhailova Conductor Mozart Clarinet Concerto K622 Verdi La Traviata W.A Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A K622 was one of the final completed works written by Mozart two months before he died. The concerto is notable for its delicate interplay between soloist and Orchestra. The soloist for this performance is Jorge Ripoll, a Spanish Clarinettist who is currently completing his Master's degree at world's second best Music conservatoires the Royal College of Music. G. Verdi La Traviata, the fallen woman, is an opera of three acts. The main artist in this performance acts as Violeta and this character speaks to our universal nature. Among the soloists is Charles Johnston, British baritone leading the two young soloists on this concert Isolda Da Costa Soares, soprano and John Clapham, tenor. With a breadth of repertoire ranging from Wagner to Britten, British baritone Charles Johnston's highlights includes performances, for ENO, Gorgio Germont & Marquis d'Obigny La Traviata, Dr Kolenaty The Makropulos Case, Nikitich Boris Godunov, The Cardinal The Duchess of Malfi, 1st SS Officer The Passenger, and the Guide Death in Venice (the latter bringing debuts at La Scala, Milan; La Monnaie; De Nederlandse Opera; and the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam); Don Alfonso Cosi fan tutte, Eisenstein Die Fledermaus, Michonnet Adriana Lecouvreur, Marco Gianni Schicchi, and Il Pedone La Wally (Opera Holland Park); Mr Gedge Albert Herring, Forester The Cunning Little Vixen, Talbot Maria Stuarda, and Scarpia Tosca(ETO); Scarpia Tosca (RTE Concert Orchestra), Golaud Pelleas et Melisande (Paris); Garibaldo Rodelinda(BAM, New York); Macbeth (Singapore); and Smirnov The Bear (Switzerland). During this performance, you will have the opportunity to travel back to the 19th century and experience an intimate romantic atmosphere. This is one of the best-loved and most frequently performed opera play.