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BBC SSO 2018/19: Afternoon Performance 5 - Beethoven’s Fourth

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BBC SSO 2018/19: Afternoon Performance 5 - Beethoven’s Fourth

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BBC SSO 2018/19: Afternoon Performance 5 - Beethoven’s Fourth

BBC SSO

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£12.00 in advance (£14.00 on day)
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Please note that the Glasgow Life Box Office charges a fee of £1.50 on all telephone bookings and £1.00 on all online bookings. There will be a £1.00 charge if you wish your tickets posted to you.
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Dates and times

Thursday 21 March 2019
2:00PM - 4:00PM

“Composing is all about creating a utopia that I would like to live in” says Dai Fujikura - “a whole world, not just colour, or scenery, but I hope to stimulate every sense you can imagine”. He’d have got along well with Beethoven, who said that he wanted to “press out a glorious wine to intoxicate all humanity” – and in his joyous, headstrong Fourth Symphony he comes thrillingly close. It’ll feel like a celebration, coming after the exquisitely-imagined soundworld of Fujikura’s new piano concerto (played by the pianist who inspired it), and the haunting, powerfully evocative Meditation by Toshio Hosokawa, directed by the conductor who gave its premiere just twelve months after the tragedy it commemorates.

Toshio Hosokawa
Meditation to the victims of the Tsunami, March 2011

Dai Fujikura
Impulse - Piano Concerto No.3 (UK Premiere)

Beethoven
Symphony No.4

Yu Kosuge piano
Alexander Liebreich conductor

Venue

City Halls

Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ

Open Monday 10:00am - 6:00pm

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