Price: £13 - £50
inc. per ticket commission
- Sibelius Symphony No. 3, 26′
- Mahler Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn, 20′
- Nielsen Symphony No. 5, 35′
“Music is life!” declared Carl Nielsen – and Sibelius would have agreed. His Third Symphony was inspired by a voyage to England, and you can almost taste the sea air. Nielsen’s Fifth, meanwhile, sets a single drummer against the whole orchestra: at stake, the survival of life itself. Big music and elemental forces: Mahler’s lovely, folk-flavoured songs will form a magical interlude.
CBSO+ 6.15pm: A piano recital performed by the rising stars of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
CBSOcial with Michael Seal
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