Saturday 23rd March - Berkshire Maestros: Mozart Requiem Show: Saturday, 23rd March 2019 Performance: 7.30pm Saturday, 23rd March 2019 Venue: St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle Genre: Music Berkshire Youth Choir and Camerata perform one of Mozart’s most enduring choral works alongside Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto and Winter from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Programme: Vivaldi Winter from The Four SeasonsVaughan Williams Oboe ConcertoMozart Requiem Performers: Berkshire Youth ChoirBerkshire Maestros’ CamerataWilliam Campbell, winner of the 2017 Berkshire Young Musician of the Year – ViolinEwan Millar – OboeAoife Miskelly – SopranoAngharad Lyddon – Mezzo SopranoSam Furness – TenorAlex Ashworth – Bass Conductors – Jonathan Burnett and Christopher Hann Duration: 2 hours Ticket Price: £8 Quire, £14 Nave Aisles, £18 Central Nave. All seating is unreserved Purchase General Description Price Quantity Full Price Full Price £8.50 (includes £0.50 booking fee) Student/Unemployed Student/Unemployed £6.90 (includes £0.50 booking fee) Back To Seating Areas Created in 2014, Camerata is an advanced string ensemble comprising the top players from across the county. Following their debut performance at Douai Abbey in 2015, Camerata has performed at Windsor Castle with cellist, Raphael Wallfisch and at St Paul’s School, London with the solo trumpet player, Crispian Steele-Perkins. They last appeared as part of the Windsor Festival International String Competition alongside Timothy Riddout (viola), Benjamin Baker (violin) and the Continental String Quartet in 2017. Camerata will be joined by soloists Ewan Millar and William Campbell. William is an accomplished young musician who returns to Windsor Festival following his success as winner of Berkshire Young Musician of the Year in 2017. Berkshire Youth Choir is regarded as one of the finest Youth Choirs in the Country, providing opportunities for talented young people in school years 9 – 13 and performing a wide ranging repertoire from Victoria and Mozart to Pentatonix and Coldplay! The choir undertakes regular tours and has performed in many renowned venues. In 2016 acclaimed composer Bob Chilcott conducted the choir in a concert of his own work The Voyage and described their performance as ‘inspiring and accomplished’.