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The professional orchestra of 
West Sussex



Sunday 13th March 2022 at 2.45pm

Elgar                      Serenade for strings

Mozart                   Concerto for flute and harp

Mozart                   Adagio & Fugue in C minor K546

Haydn                    Symphony No. 36 in Eb major 

Mozart                  Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K.126           





This concert features not one, but two concertos by Mozart.


His ever-popular Flute and Harp Concerto puts two of WSO’s regular players

in the spotlight – flautist Monica McCarron and harpist Elizabeth Green.  

In previous seasons WSO has welcomed celebrated cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason (twice) as well as sister Isata – both of whom have gone on to international stardom.  The Orchestra is delighted to welcome a third member of the remarkable Kanneh-Mason family – younger sister Jeneba, playing one of Mozart’s dazzling early piano concerts which exemplifies the great composer’s technical prowess on the keyboard.   

Braimah Kanneh-Mason

is a dynamic and versatile young violinist. He has performed throughout the

UK, Europe, USA and the Caribbean. An avid chamber musician, Braimah is a member of the Kanneh-Mason Piano Trio, Cassadó Ensemble and Kaleidoscope Collective. He has performed at venues and festivals such as the BBC Proms, Wigmore Hall, Barbican Hall, Kings Place, Highgate International Chamber Music Festival, Leicester International Chamber Music Festival and collaborated with artists such as Nicola Benedetti, Tom Poster and Priya Mitchell. 

Braimah is a passionate advocate for equal opportunity and diversity in music education. He has been a mentor at Sistema England, Junior Music Works and a violin tutor for consecutive years at the Antigua Music Camp. He is currently an artist in residence at Brighton College. 

Braimah is currently studying with Barnabás Kelemen and Eszter Perenyi at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. He is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music where he was a scholarship student with Mateja Marinkovic and Jack Liebeck, winning the Harold Craxton Prize, the John McAslan Prize and the Dame Ruth Railton Chamber Music Prize. 

Braimah currently performs on a Jean Baptiste Vuillaume, kindly lent to him by the Beare’s International Violin Society.


Elizabeth Green

enjoys a successful career as an orchestral harpist performing with ensembles such as Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, English National Opera, London Mozart Players, London Philharmonic, London Concert Orchestra, Oslo Philharmonic, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Ballet, National Symphony Orchestra of Russia, London Chamber Orchestra and the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra.Recent highlights have included performing Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker with the Birmingham Royal Ballet last Christmas and a trip to Dubai with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra in February. 


Monica McCarron

was a multiple prizewinning student at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where she made her concerto debut at London’s Barbican Hall with Thierry Fischer conducting. She has played guest principal flute with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, English National Opera, London Chamber Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Irish Chamber Orchestra and European Chamber Orchestra, amongst many others.

In recent times Monica has particularly enjoyed invitations to guest in Scandinavia; playing principal flute with Bergen Philharmonic, Norrköping Symphony Orchestra and the Arctic Philharmonic.


Elizabeth Green
Monica McCarron
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