autumn

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Sarah Williamson, winner of the woodwind prize in the BBC Young Musician competition, is soloist in Mozart's autumnally lovely Clarinet Concerto, and the concert concludes with the same composer's majestic and exhilarating final symphony, the Jupiter.
As father Jim (Oliver Platt) drives his brood through long stretches of autumnally denuded trees to the city, it's hard to say what his more realistically thinking passengers dread most: April's sure-to-be-awful cooking or the inevitable blow-up between her and Joy.
The distinct and minutely detailed cityscape of the previous action has given way to a suburban landscape where the orchards are both autumnally in fruit and laden with early spring blossom.
As part of the ECHO Rising Star series, clarinettist Nicolas Baldeyrou is joined by pianist Vahan Mardirossian in the composer's Fantasiestucke, preceded by the Introduction andAllegro by Widor (better known as the composer of that Organ Symphony) and followed by Brahms' autumnally lovely E-flat Clarinet Sonata (11am, details of all Symphony Hall events on 0121 780 3333Also on Sunday, an evening trip down to Malvern brings the opportunity of hearing the consistently excellent Chandos Symphony Orchestra at the spa town's Forum Theatre.
It's a shame, because there are some wonderful moments lurking within this beautifully lit autumnally nostalgic end of innocence/coming of age yarn set in smalltown against a backdrop of Cold War paranoia.