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Baibe Skride.


  • Rossini William Tell: Overture12′
  • Mozart Violin Concerto No.531′
  • Berlioz Roman Carnival Overture9′
  • Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet: Suite No.2 29′

Regrettably, due to injury, François Leleux has had to withdraw from this performance which will now be conducted by Andrew Gourlay. All repertoire remains the same.

Star-crossed lovers: when Prokofiev retold Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the result was some of the 20th century’s most thrillingly physical music – and a gripping climax to a concert that positively buzzes with energy and emotion. When our good friend Baiba Skride plays Mozart, your enjoyment should be off the scale.

Tickets can be booked:
By phone - the phone lines (0121 780 3333) are open Monday-Saturday 10am – 2pm. 
In person -  the box office counter at Symphony Hall is now open again Monday-Saturday 10am – 6pm. 

Please note that for the Autumn Concert Season we will be selling a mixture of standard and socially-distanced seating in Symphony Hall as follows:

  • Stalls & Terraces - Standard
  • Circle - Standard
  • Upper Circle - Socially distanced
  • Grand Tier - Socially distanced


The following discounts are available for this performance:

  • Wheelchair User or Disabled Patron if they need assistance of a companion/helper, the helper ticket is free.
  • Benefit recipient discount. If you receive income support, job seeker’s allowance, universal credit, pension credit or personal independence payment you can book one ticket per performance at the special rate of £13. Please note, you may be asked to present the form of ID used to claim the tickets on arrival at Symphony Hall.
  • Child aged 17 and under / School & Youth group tickets - £5
  • Full time Student tickets - £5
  • Those aged 18-30 can book tickets for £10
  • Groups: 20% discount for groups of 8+, free reservation facility. For accompanied children aged 17 or under, the child ticket price applies instead of the 20% discount. 2 free tickets when you buy 20+ tickets for one concert. Click here for more information about group bookings.


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