The Aurora Orchestra tackle Mozart's final symphony entirely from memory, while Tom Service deconstructs the final movement to explore Mozart's compositional genius.
The Aurora Orchestra with conductor and founder Nicholas Collon return to the Proms with another performance entirely from memory. Not a note of music or a single music stand will be seen on the Royal Albert Hall stage as they tackle Mozart's final symphony, a piece packed full of joy and invention.
Presenter Tom Service explores the process of committing a complete symphony to memory and, with the orchestra's help, unpicks this great work on stage for the Proms audience, deconstructing the final movement to explore Mozart's compositional genius.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony No 41 in C major, 'Jupiter'Orchestra: Aurora Orchestra. Conductor: Nicholas Collon.