On Tuesday 12th May, Julian will be joining the Orchestre de chambre de Paris at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées to perform Mozart’s lyrical Clarinet Concerto in A major.

Last week Julian talked to Cadences‘ Albina Belabiod about what this piece means to him and an insight into his performing journey from childhood to adult.

Along with the Clarinet Concerto, the orchestra will be performing Mozart’s Symphony No.35 ‘Haffner’ and his final symphony, No.41 ‘Jupiter’. The conductor for this Mozart filled evening is Nathalie Stutzmann and here you can hear her discuss what’s in store.