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Variations on a Rococo Theme

This concert features not one, but two delightful pieces for rising star cellist, Alexey Stadler.

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    Elim Chan

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26 April 2019 19:45


Ulster Hall - Belfast

Alexey Stadler Cello

Andrea Tarrodi Camelopardalis 
Tchaikovsky Variations on a Roccoco Theme
Bruch Kol Nidrei
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 Scottish

This concert features not one, but two delightful pieces for rising star cellist, Alexey Stadler, making his debut with the Ulster Orchestra. The Rococo Variations reflect Tchaikovsky’s adoration of the music of Mozart, a composer he revered above all, and they present a dazzling package of virtuoso cello-writing. Bruch’s warm and richly evocative Kol Nidrei was written for Liverpool’s Jewish community when Bruch was Principal Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, and is based on two traditional Hebrew melodies.

Mendelssohn’s Third Symphony, the Scottish, was inspired by his holidays in the British Isles and is full of Highland flavour, with swinging melodies and even a hint of a typical thunderstorm!

Children under 16 go free!*
£2 discount for those aged 65+ & Great group discounts!
Under 26s, mature students and unemployed only £5!
The Box Office will allocate seats subject to availability.

** Proof of age or valid full-time student card must be shown when paying for your tickets.
* Maximum 2 per paying adult. Additional under 16s £5
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