The HallÚ - Vaughan Williams' Sinfonia Antartica | Bridgewater Hall Manchester  | Thu 24th January 2019 Lineup

The HallÚ - Vaughan Williams' Sinfonia Antartica

Bridgewater Hall in Manchester

Thursday 24th January 2019

7:30pm til 9:30pm

No age restrictions

Sir Mark Elder and the HallÚ are joined by pianist Stephen Hough and the Ladies of the HallÚ Choir.

 

The HallÚ - Vaughan Williams' Sinfonia Antartica on Thursday 24th January 2019

Berlioz - Overture: Benvenuto Cellini
Saint-Saëns - Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Egyptian’
Vaughan Williams - Sinfonia Antartica

Conductor
Sir Mark Elder

Featuring:
Stephen Hough, piano

Sophie Bevan, soprano

Choir:
Ladies of the Hallé Choir

Representing two distinct sides of the French musical personality, Berlioz and Saint-Saëns make an intriguing combination. Our celebration of Berlioz begins with the overture to his much misunderstood opera Benvenuto Cellini, full of revolutionary zeal. Saint-Saëns lavished on his Fifth Piano Concerto all of his carefully-crafted expertise in melody and orchestration. Written during a vogue for exotic musical influences, it combines his melodic gifts with touches of Java and the Mediterranean. Much of Vaughan Williams’s evocative score to the classic 1948 film Scott of the Antarctic was to re-surface in his seventh symphony, premiered by the Hallé almost exactly 66 years ago. It continues to fascinate audiences with its powerful fusion of symphonic precision and haunting atmosphere.

Music Genres: 

Classical

Entry Prices

Entry price (public): Tickets from ú14.00 (including booking fee) (Additional fees may apply)

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