Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Spotlight Series 2021

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Spotlight Series: II

Tuesday 9 February 2021, 13:15

Past Event
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Past Event

Programme

Balakirev (arr. Farrington) Islamey
Stravinsky Danses concertantes
Sibelius Valse triste
Shostakovich Hamlet: Suite

Performers

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Jamie Phillips conductor

In light of the coronavirus outbreak and current restrictions, this performance has been cancelled.

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In this lunchtime concert, there’s a distinctly Russian flavour combined with hints of folk music, film scoring and a trip to Finland in a selection of exquisite works for chamber orchestra.

Balakirev’s Islamey, bearing the subtitle ‘An Oriental Fantasy’, was inspired by a visit to the Caucasus. Although written for concert performance, Stravinsky’s Danses concertantes is structured like a ballet and has a playful quality as well as hints of America, where he composed the piece.

One of Sibelius’ most popular concert items, his melancholy Valse triste leads us into Shostakovich’s Hamlet: Suite. Taken from his compelling film score to the 1964 Russian adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, it is some of Shostakovich’s finest dramatic writing.

This is a socially distanced performance.

Duration: approx. 75 minutes (no interval)

Ticket Information

Stalls £20, Gallery £15

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This is a socially distanced event

We are following government guidelines to make this event socially distanced.

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