BBC SSO 2023/24: Thursday Night Series - Elgar's Symphony No.1
- THIS EVENT HAS EXPIRED
- Dates and times
- 23rd Nov 2023
- Under 14s should be accompanied by an adult
Book between 4 and 15 concerts in the BBC SSO’s Thursday Night Series and save up to 30%. Seniors are entitled to an extra 5% off. Your discount will be automatically applied at the online checkout.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Elgar's Symphony No.1
JONATHAN WOOLGAR Canzoni et Ricercari (New version for large ensemble) (c.6 mins)
MOZART Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor K.466 (c.31 mins)
ELGAR Symphony No.1 (c.50 mins)
Martin James Bartlett, piano
Ryan Wigglesworth, conductor
British music isn’t always what you expect. Edward Elgar was a shopkeeper’s son from a country town, but his First Symphony spans worlds – a sweeping, multicoloured musical autobiography on a magnificent scale, burning with passion and beginning (as well as ending) with a melody you’ll never forget. Jonathan Woolgar comes from West Yorkshire, but in his award-winning Canzoni et Ricercari he travels in time to the Renaissance, unlocking new sounds of bracing power and haunting beauty. Our Chief Conductor Ryan Wigglesworth brings a composer’s creativity to these two astonishing scores – and is joined by the BBC Young Musician 2014 finalist, Martin James Bartlett, to celebrate the brilliance, the wit and the unchained inspiration of Mozart.
Tickets: £30, £25, £20, £15
Concessions: £6.00 - Under 26s, Students (in full-time education), Registered Unemployed to the Thursday Night Series.
50% Discount - Registered Disabled
*** Age Restrictions: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult. ***
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