4 Fatma Said.


  • Strauss  Don Juan18′
  • Mozart  Vado, ma dove6′
  • Mozart  Non più di fiori10′
  • Mahler  Symphony No. 459′

Gustav Mahler said that a symphony should be like the world, but sometimes his best music was also his gentlest. CBSO Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor designate Kazuki Yamada conducts a symphony that begins with sleighbells and ends in heaven; first, though, award-winning soprano Fatma Said lights up the sky with Mozart’s special brand of fireworks, and Richard Strauss paints a swashbuckling portrait of music’s greatest seducer. 

The concert on 19 January is performed in memory of Jane How.


20 January, 1:30pm: Members’ Reception. Booking required.

Photo: Fatma Said © Felix Broede


Tickets can be booked online, by phone, or in person at the B:Music Box Office.

The Box Office at Symphony Hall is open Monday-Saturday. You can call 0121 289 6333 between 10am-2pm, or visit in person 10am-6pm.

General booking opens at 10am, on Monday 29 November. To find out more about priority booking and supporting our work click here.


There will be a coach to and from Cheltenham for the concert on 20 January, click here to find out more.


For events sold by THSH Box Office, the THSH per-ticket commission of £3 is included in the price of every individual ticket priced over £13. For full details see cbso.co.uk/terms.

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