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Virtuosic Storytellers


All human life and emotion is told through the power of music!

  • Composer 1

    Howard, Dani

  • Composer 2

    Rimsky-Korsakov

  • Composer 3

    Tchaikovsky

  • Conductor

    Rebecca Tong

  • Soloists

    Peter Moore - Trombone

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Event Details

Dates

11 November 2021 19:45

Venue

Ulster Hall - Belfast


Tchaikovsky The Storm 
Dani Howard Trombone Concerto 
Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade 
 
REBECCA TONG CONDUCTOR 
PETER MOORE TROMBONE

Our concert opens in a maelstrom of emotion – and weather! Tchaikovsky’s operatic overture The Storm is based on a play by Russian dramatist Ostrovsky in which a woman confesses to an affair during a terrifying storm and the overture contains all the emotional turmoil of the play, as well as the storm itself. 
 
Dani Howard’s Trombone Concerto was a commission from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, which became one of her major projects during the COVID-19 lockdown. It tells a story of self-discovery, exploring one’s potential and finding self-confidence. It creates a sense of energy and optimism, portrayed through the virtuosity of Peter Moore, our soloist for tonight and for whom the piece was written.  
 
Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade turns from introspection to the world of fantasy and the tales of the Arabian Nights. The composer drew on his early life as a sailor in depicting the exploits of Sinbad and his crew as they meet royalty in love and conquer dramatic shipwrecks – all human life and emotion plays out through this mesmerising musical narrative.

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COVID Procedures at the Waterfront Hall

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For your information, here is an overview of the measures that will be in place:

COVID Status Check

All ticket holders aged 18 and over, will need to provide one of the following:

  • Proof of full vaccination
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Hospitality

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