Described by the Herald Tribune as 'a charismatic, brilliant [and] energetic', conductor Anu Tali makes a welcome return to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a programme that explores vibrant soundworlds.Sibelius' Symphony No.2 conjures images of rugged, icy Nordic landscapes but is also full of optimism, with a series of short motifs that grow and develop towards a triumphant conclusion, interpreted by many as an unrelenting call for his country's independence.
Liszt's Hamlet weaves together drama and tragedy in a symphonic poem that depicts the Shakespearean hero, before award-winning Hungarian soloist Barnabas Kelemann performs Mozart's Violin Concerto No.3.
Pre-concert talk 6.30pm
The Hexagon Auditorium (FREE)
SEE IT SAFELY... Please note, this concert is scheduled to go ahead without social distancing measures and you will be seated next to other people. However, certain COVID safety procedures will remain in place for the safety of customers, staff and performers. Please bring a face mask with you and follow the venue guidelines on the day of the event.
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(not available on Price Band A seats)
Under 18s: £6
Students (18-25 year olds or NUS card holders of any age): £10
Schools: £6 plus 1 in 10 free
Groups of 10+: 15% off**
Groups of 20+: 20% off**
**Full price tickets only, not available online. Please call the Group Booker on 0118 937 2011 to book.