Join the BBC Philharmonic at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall later this month and be transported by incredible music-making.
Brahms’s ever-popular Violin Concerto, written on a summer holiday in the Austrian Alps, is full of pure sunlight – just what’s needed on a bleak November evening! It’s played by the brilliant Canadian James Ehnes, making a welcome return to The Bridgewater Hall. Berlioz’s fizzing comedy overture, Stravinsky’s pulsating Symphony in Three Movements, and Ravels’ seductive La Valse completes the programme.
Bridgewater Hall, Saturday 29 November, 7.30pm
Tickets £12 – £37 (includes £2 booking fee).
0161 907 9000
Full programme is:
Berlioz | Beatrice and Benedict – Overture
Brahms | Violin Concerto
Stravinsky | Symphony in Three Movements
Ravel | La valse
Nicholas Collon Conductor
James Ehnes Violin