The 2018/19 Finale brings together two recurring themes from across the Season – symphonic pieces on a grand scale and composers taking new and radical approaches to their work.
Mozart’s writing fuses all his historical researches in counterpoint with his own advanced style into his Reqiuem - a piece that is extraordinarily powerful and uniquely heartbreaking
The Lunchtime Concerts Series allows a bite-sized sample of the Ulster Orchestra in its full glory!
Husband and wife team Daniele Rustioni (conductor) and Francesca Dego (violin) bring a delightful evening of Mozart and Schubert.
This concert sees Maestro Payare explore more of Mozart’s later symphonies
This lunchtime concert brings you two pieces written by Mozart to delight the instrumentalists who play them.
Piano Concerto No.24 is a very different proposition to Mozart’s other Piano Concertos.
In partnership with Northern Ireland Opera COSÌ FAN TUTTE by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Grand Opera House, Belfast 17, 18, 19 November 2017, 7.45pm Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry 23 November, 8.00pm Nicholas Chalmers CONDUCTOR Adele Thomas DIRECTOR Hannah Clark SET & COSTUME DESIGNER Kevin Treacy LIGHTING DESIGNER Ulster Orchestra [...]
A whirling lunchtime of dance music opens with Ravel’s suite Le Tombeau de Couperin.
The greatest symphonies are not just for evening concerts: here’s one of Mozart’s best and it’s certainly his brightest and most complex symphony. Coupled with Richard Strauss’ first concerto for horn, performed by the Ulster Orchestra’s Paul Klein, this makes for a perfect two to enjoy before two.