Royal Northern SinfoniaTuesday 30 November 7:30pm Classical Music
Venue: Royal Concert Hall
Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes
Age Guidance: 7+
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
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Dinis Sousa conductor
Louis Schwizgebel piano
Schubert Symphony No. 8 ‘Unfinished’
Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No. 2
Mozart Symphony No. 40
Three peerless melodists make up this enticing programme from the Royal Northern Sinfonia, under their new Principal Conductor, Dinis Sousa. Schubert’s abandoned work, the haunting 8th Symphony ia a compelling, dark drama, with poignant, singing lines set against threatening storm clouds. Saint-Saëns’ popular concerto, with nods to the composer’s idol, Bach, switches from a lyrical opening to champagne-popping celebration and a dizzying final movement. Swiss virtuoso, Louis Schwizgebel, is the perfect soloist to negotiate its deft twists and turns. Mozart’s 40th Symphony remains one of his greatest achievements, an urgent, questing journey, played out in the composer’s most transparent and persuasive writing.
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Family and Friends Ticket
£64 for up to 4 people (maximum of 2 adults and £6 for each additional child), excluding £9.50 and £11.50 seats, includes a free programme. Please note: We welcome children aged 7+ to Nottingham Classics concerts.
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Bargain Seats £9.50 available from 12pm on the day of the concert, subject to availability.
Free pre-concert talk, 6.20pm in the auditorium:
Louis Schwizgebel in conversation.