This lunchtime, take a dip into Schubert’s majestic Ninth, a work that bears a nickname that few would disagree with.
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.
Tchaikovsky’s heart-breaking final symphony sits alongside music by two of Hungary's sons, including a Hungarian violin concerto performed by the Orchestra's Hungarian Leader, Tamás Kocsis.
Two uplifting pieces to soothe the soul! Beethoven's delightful Pastoral Symphony is paired with Brahms' sweet, songful Violin Concerto, performed by Alina Ibragimova.
Relax, 'chill out' and have your senses awakened as Chief Conductor Rafael Payare brings a varied programme of 20th Century music that also honours the past.
This concert will reach epic heights with one of the best: Sibelius’ gripping and ultimately uplifting First Symphony; a mighty work that looks forward to its composer discovering a whole new world of symphonic expression.
A lover of the British Isles, Mendelssohn's holidays in Scotland inspired a couple of his most famous creations, including his Symphony No.3.