Price: £12.50 - £48
inc. per ticket commission
- Mozart Symphony No. 31 (Paris), 16′
- Dvořák Cello Concerto in B minor, 40′
- Schumann Symphony No. 1 (Spring), 30′
We love Paris and the spring – and in May time, what could be more perfect than the brilliant, headstrong symphony that the 22-year old Mozart wrote to knock the socks off a Paris audience? Or Schumann’s blossoming First Symphony: a genius in love, simply dancing for joy? There’s no better counterpart to Dvořák’s ardent Cello Concerto played by Daniel Müller-Schott and conducted by Gustavo Gimeno.
CBSO+ Special 24 May, 1pm: CBSO Chief Executive Stephen Maddock presents highlights from the newly-announced 2017-18 season from the stage.
CBSO+ 25 May, 6.15pm: Pre-concert sharing performance by pupils from the Ninestiles Academy Trust alongside members of the CBSO. They will be sharing their new work inspired by Holst's Planet Suite.
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