The concert, entitled Masters and Maestros, features a tantalizing programme based on dances from the ballroom and theatre stage to the pub and village hall.
Mr Zielhorst said the concert programme was full of energy and contrast – taking the audience on a musical journey.
“I started planning this programme around Haydn’s Symphony No.104 which he wrote in London and is so full energy and different emotions.
“This brought me to think about further English connections and I love the contrast between Haydn and Britten’s piece.
“Finally Mozart’s composition is again a wonderful contrast – taking the audience to the glitz and glamour of the ballroom.”
Masters & Maestros is the latest concert in the Twilights series – produced by Sinfonia Viva in
partnership with Derby Cathedral.