Thursday 1 March 2018:
Friday 2 March 2018:
Sunday 4 March 2018:
Sun 4 Mar 2018, 15:00 - Cadogan Hall, LondonThis ethereal concert explores the nostalgic sound-worlds of Humperdinck, Wagner and Grieg. Humperdinck’s stirring opening Overture is where the magical story begins, leading into Wagner’s delightful Wesendonck Lieder , performed here by exceptional mezzo-soprano Madeleine Shaw. This atmospheric programme concludes with excerpts from Grieg’s ever-popular and lyrical Peer Gynt .
We invite you
Saturday 10 March 2018:
Sat 10 Mar 2018, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonLeonard Bernstein’s impressive choral masterpiece, the Chichester Psalms, here celebrates his centenary; pianist, conductor and composer, in jazz, classical and musical theatre ( West Side Story ), he was a giant of 20th-century American music.
The first half of the programme is completed by the heart-achingly beautiful Adagio for Strings by his compatriot Samuel Barber; originally the slow mo
Tuesday 13 March 2018:
Tue 13 Mar 2018, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonThis concert opens with the charming Overture to Weber’s opera Euryanthe , a work which paved the way for Wagner’s operatic innovations. This is followed by Martucci’s lush and pensive Notturno .
The Orchestra is then joined by Dmitry Masleev for Shostakovich’s energetic Piano Concerto No. 2, before the evening is drawn to a close by Tchaikovsky’s monumental Symphony No. 6, known as the Pathét
Thursday 15 March 2018:
Thu 15 Mar 2018, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonMOZART 250’s exploration of the year 1768 continues with a rare performance of Haydn’s Applausus . This one-act cantata was commissioned as an act of homage to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbot Rainer Kollman of the Cistercian monastery in Zwettl taking his vows. Haydn composed the work in early 1768 but was unable to travel to Zwettl to supervise its performance; he therefore wrote a letter
Friday 16 March 2018:
Fri 16 Mar 2018, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, LondonSir Roger Norrington, fêted for his historically informed performances of Beethoven, was the widely acclaimed Chief Conductor with the Stuttgart Radio Orchestra for 13 years. He continues to shape the music world with his inquisitive, provocative approach and this evening he joins the orchestra as Conductor Emeritus.
Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi has been widely praised for his 'playful,
Saturday 17 March 2018:
Sunday 18 March 2018:
Sun 18 Mar 2018, 19:00 - Cadogan Hall, LondonThe Missa Solemnis in D Major, Op. 123 is a solemn mass composed by Ludwig van Beethoven from 1819 to 1823, around the same time as his Ninth Symphony. It was first performed on 7 April 1824 in St Petersburg, Russia, under the auspices of Beethoven’s patron Prince Nikolai Galitzin. It is considered one of the composer’s supreme achievements and one of the most significant Mass settings of the peri
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