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Wednesday 6 March 2019:
Wed 6 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonMendelssohn himself banned his Fifth Symphony from being performed and wanted it destroyed. Which would be a terrible advert for it if he hadn’t been so completely, utterly, wrong. It’s a superbly crafted piece of music: grand, intellectual and remarkably human.
Of Mozart’s 27 piano concertos, number 21 is probably both the most well-known and the most technically challenging. And with good re
Thursday 7 March 2019:
Thu 7 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonExploring a relationship between old and new, sacred and secular, our programme juxtaposes Tallis with Talbot and Tormis in an exhibition of some of the finest consort works from renaissance and modern-day composers.
Ligeti’s astonishing Nonsense Madrigals are set against the equally astounding harmonic language of Carlo Gesualdo, picking up one movement from each of his three settings of Tene
Saturday 9 March 2019:
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Saturday 16 March 2019:
Sat 16 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonThe English Chamber Orchestra has a long tradition of promoting young artists, and this concert features Ben Goldscheider, 2016 finalist of BBC Young Musician and BBC Music Magazine 'Rising Star’. He is joined by the acclaimed tenor Ben Johnson, a former BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist. Both musicians feature in Britten’s much-loved Serenade , a song cycle composed for Britten’s lifelong compani
Tuesday 19 March 2019:
Tue 19 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonExperience delights from the Classical and Romantic eras as the City of London Choir and conductor Hilary Davan Wetton provide an exploration from two of the great composers of the day - Mozart and Mendelssohn. This concert will showcase the 'simply heavenly playing’ ( The Guardian ) of pianist Llˆyr Williams, whilst Mozart’s 'Orphanage’ Mass provides a show-stopping finale in this concert brimmin
Thursday 28 March 2019:
Thu 28 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonClassical Opera and The Mozartists present the UK premiere of Hasse’s fascinating Piramo e Tisbe . Hasse (1699-1783) was one of the most eminent composers of the 18th century, composing a total of 62 operas. He considered Piramo e Tisbe to be his finest work, and it is by far the most experimental of his compositions, incorporating many of Gluck’s operatic reforms in music of sumptuous lyricism.
Friday 29 March 2019:
Fri 29 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonThe National Philharmonic of Russia was founded in 2003, uniting top orchestral musicians and gifted youth. Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Vladimir Spivakov has assembled some of Russia’s instrumental elite into an ensemble combining technical virtuosity with a rare capacity to become immersed in the music and draw the audience into that experience.
Russian-born violist, Konstantin
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