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Alisa Weilerstein brings to life the eponymous hero of Cervantes’s legendary comic novel.
The Lunchtime Concerts Series allows a bite-sized sample of the Ulster Orchestra in its full glory!
Beethoven’s deeply affecting Fourth Piano Concerto is paired with the expansive grandeur of Prokofiev’s Fourth Symphony.
Principal Guest Conductor Jac van Steen explores American music with guest soloist Baibe Skride
Husband and wife team Daniele Rustioni (conductor) and Francesca Dego (violin) bring a delightful evening of Mozart and Schubert.
Brahms’s masterful Second Piano Concerto is performed by Boris Giltburg.
Bach is the thread running through this concert.
Tchaikovsky’s virtuosic violin concerto is performed by Guy Braunstein
Veronika Eberle performs Mendelssohn’s enchanting and well loved violin concerto.
Shostakovich’s Seventh Symphony is a powerful telling of resistance and victory.
Saint-Saens’ delightful Fifth Piano Concerto is full of exotic musical influences.
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
This concert features not one, but two delightful pieces for rising star cellist, Alexey Stadler.
Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto is often described as one of the best piano concertos ever written, in this concert performed by one of Northern Ireland’s great stars, Barry Douglas.
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.