Our next concert:
Saturday 6th April 2018 7.30pm
£8 in advance online. No booking fee.
£10 on the door on the day. Children (16 and under) free
The Trumpet overture is an early work by Mendelssohn which takes its name from the opening trumpet fanfare. It is an energetic work, full of youthful exuberance with dramatic and lyric moments.
The highly-talented pianist Patrick Mattar joins the orchestra for a performance of Beethoven's Emperor Concerto. It is a large scale work, heroic in character, but also containing moments of exquisite beauty and an uplifting finale. Beethoven wrote it during a period of intense compositional activity, at a time when Vienna was under siege from Napoleon, and did not give it the name Emperor. This was added by later by an English publisher.
Schumann's second symphony was completed in October 1846, at a time when his mental health problems were becoming severe. However there is no trace of self-pity in the work. It has a lively first movement, with sprightly playful tunes, a scherzo with constant driving energy, a slow movement of intense beauty and a finale which is boldly triumphant.
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Please either print out your e-ticket and bring it on the night, or be ready to show it at the door on your smartphone, so that we can scan the barcode.
All tickets are unreserved. Arrive early for the best seats!
We regret that we cannot refund any advance ticket purchases, unless we have to cancel the concert.
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