Britten and Mahler were two of Shostakovich’s musical heroes, so it is their music that paves the way for Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony.
Symphony No.6 is the first of three symphonies named after times of the day, brim-full of opportunities for solo instruments to shine.
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.
Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto has been described as a ‘concerto for poets’ and is a ground-breaking work by the legendary icon of the piano.
This concert brings an evening in the company of one of the most exciting rising musicians around – Venezuelan trumpeter Pacho Flores.
Beethoven’s Violin Concerto is the first giant of the genre and it is only fitting that it forms part of a Season devoted to the Great Concertos.
An evening of French music to capture the imagination!
Two first symphonies by two titans of symphonic composition.