Price: £13 - £48
inc. per ticket commission
- Haydn Symphony No. 7 (Le Midi), 21′
- Bruch Scottish Fantasy, 28′ (Wednesday 17 January)
- Brahms Violin Concerto, 39′ (Saturday 20 January)
- Bartók Concerto for Orchestra, 35′
Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra is more than a high-octane work-out for a great orchestra at the top of its game – it’s an uproarious salute to the human spirit itself. This is music with a dash of paprika: a riotous climax to a concert that begins with Haydn’s little sunburst of a symphony, and offers the chance to hear star violinist Ning Feng in either Brahms’s Violin Concerto or Bruch’s delightful Scottish Fantasy.
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