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Wednesday
17
February
2:15 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius

Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER





R. Strauss Don Juan 19'
Grieg Piano Concerto 31'
Sibelius Symphony No.5 30'

Okko Kamu conductor | Alexander Gavrylyuk piano

The distinguished Finnish conductor, Okko Kamu, conducts the Fifth Symphony of his great compatriot Sibelius. It is an optimistic piece that concludes majestically with what Sibelius called his ‘Swan Hymn’.
Multi-award-winning Alexander Gavrylyuk is a pianist of great sensitivity and technical prowess and in these concerts he performs Grieg’s ever-popular Concerto. Its musical language is distinctly Nordic, drawing on the melodies and dance rhythms of the region’s rich store of folk music. Strauss’s virtuosic Don Juan is a tone poem about the legendary fictional libertine. In it Strauss presents a series of colourful episodes, each representing the Don’s seductions and triumphs, and finally his demise when, world weary, he allows himself to be slain in a dual.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 18 February (7.30pm) and Sunday 21 February (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Thursday
18
February
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius

Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER





R. Strauss Don Juan 19'
Grieg Piano Concerto 31'
Sibelius Symphony No.5 30'

Okko Kamu conductor | Alexander Gavrylyuk piano

The distinguished Finnish conductor, Okko Kamu, conducts the Fifth Symphony of his great compatriot Sibelius. It is an optimistic piece that concludes majestically with what Sibelius called his ‘Swan Hymn’.
Multi-award-winning Alexander Gavrylyuk is a pianist of great sensitivity and technical prowess and in these concerts he performs Grieg’s ever-popular Concerto. Its musical language is distinctly Nordic, drawing on the melodies and dance rhythms of the region’s rich store of folk music. Strauss’s virtuosic Don Juan is a tone poem about the legendary fictional libertine. In it Strauss presents a series of colourful episodes, each representing the Don’s seductions and triumphs, and finally his demise when, world weary, he allows himself to be slain in a dual.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 17 February (2.15pm) and Sunday 21 February (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Sunday
21
February
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius

Opus: R.Strauss, Grieg & Sibelius


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER





R. Strauss Don Juan 19'
Grieg Piano Concerto 31'
Sibelius Symphony No.5 30'

Okko Kamu conductor | Alexander Gavrylyuk piano

The distinguished Finnish conductor, Okko Kamu, conducts the Fifth Symphony of his great compatriot Sibelius. It is an optimistic piece that concludes majestically with what Sibelius called his ‘Swan Hymn’.
Multi-award-winning Alexander Gavrylyuk is a pianist of great sensitivity and technical prowess and in these concerts he performs Grieg’s ever-popular Concerto. Its musical language is distinctly Nordic, drawing on the melodies and dance rhythms of the region’s rich store of folk music. Strauss’s virtuosic Don Juan is a tone poem about the legendary fictional libertine. In it Strauss presents a series of colourful episodes, each representing the Don’s seductions and triumphs, and finally his demise when, world weary, he allows himself to be slain in a dual.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 17 February (2.15pm) and Thursday 18 February (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

Wednesday
09
March
2:15 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms

Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER



Mendelssohn Symphony No.4, ‘Italian’ 30’
R. Strauss Horn Concerto No.1 17’
Brahms Serenade No.2 32'

Andrew Manze conductor | Laurence Rogers horn

Andrew Manze, a conductor of immense insight and musicianship, returns to Manchester for a delightful programme that brims with youthful vigour. The young Brahms’s lyrical Serenade No.2 gave expression to his budding love for Clara Schumann to whom he gave the score as a birthday present. Mendelssohn adored Italy and his ‘Italian Symphony’ is a joyful musical record of a holiday there. Its first movement radiates the warm glow of Mediterranean sunshine, while its finale is a spirited rustic dance. In between these two works the Hallé’s outstanding principal horn Laurence Rogers is the soloist in Richard Strauss’s exuberant Concerto, a hugely accomplished work composed when Strauss was just eighteen.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 10 March (7.30pm) and Sunday 13 March (7.30pm).

Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Thursday
10
March
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms

Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER



Mendelssohn Symphony No.4, ‘Italian’ 30’
R. Strauss Horn Concerto No.1 17’
Brahms Serenade No.2 32'

Andrew Manze conductor | Laurence Rogers horn

Andrew Manze, a conductor of immense insight and musicianship, returns to Manchester for a delightful programme that brims with youthful vigour. The young Brahms’s lyrical Serenade No.2 gave expression to his budding love for Clara Schumann to whom he gave the score as a birthday present. Mendelssohn adored Italy and his ‘Italian Symphony’ is a joyful musical record of a holiday there. Its first movement radiates the warm glow of Mediterranean sunshine, while its finale is a spirited rustic dance. In between these two works the Hallé’s outstanding principal horn Laurence Rogers is the soloist in Richard Strauss’s exuberant Concerto, a hugely accomplished work composed when Strauss was just eighteen.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 9 March (2.15pm) and Sunday 13 March (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Sunday
13
March
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms

Opus: Mendelssohn, R.Strauss & Brahms


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER



Mendelssohn Symphony No.4, ‘Italian’ 30’
R. Strauss Horn Concerto No.1 17’
Brahms Serenade No.2 32'

Andrew Manze conductor | Laurence Rogers horn

Andrew Manze, a conductor of immense insight and musicianship, returns to Manchester for a delightful programme that brims with youthful vigour. The young Brahms’s lyrical Serenade No.2 gave expression to his budding love for Clara Schumann to whom he gave the score as a birthday present. Mendelssohn adored Italy and his ‘Italian Symphony’ is a joyful musical record of a holiday there. Its first movement radiates the warm glow of Mediterranean sunshine, while its finale is a spirited rustic dance. In between these two works the Hallé’s outstanding principal horn Laurence Rogers is the soloist in Richard Strauss’s exuberant Concerto, a hugely accomplished work composed when Strauss was just eighteen.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 9 March (2.15pm) and Thursday 10 March (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

Wednesday
13
April
2:15 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky

Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER


Beethoven Overture: Leonore No.2 13'
Mozart Piano Concerto No.19, K459 24'
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.2, ‘Little Russian’ 40'

Ryan Wigglesworth conductor/piano

‘The whole company could almost have torn me to pieces in their delight’, wrote Tchaikovsky after airing his Second Symphony at a St Petersburg soiree. Nicknamed ‘Little Russian’ – referring, not uncontroversially, to Ukraine – each of its four movements quotes Ukrainian folk songs. Composer, conductor and concert pianist, the multi-talented Ryan Wigglesworth is the soloist in Mozart’s amiable Piano Concerto No.19, a work of which the composer himself was particularly fond. The concert opens with one of the four overtures Beethoven composed for Fidelio. Leonore No.2 powerfully conveys the opera’s overall progression from darkness to light and culminates in an ecstatic coda.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 14 April (7.30pm) and Sunday 17 April (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Thursday
14
April
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky

Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER


Beethoven Overture: Leonore No.2 13'
Mozart Piano Concerto No.19, K459 24'
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.2, ‘Little Russian’ 40'

Ryan Wigglesworth conductor/piano

‘The whole company could almost have torn me to pieces in their delight’, wrote Tchaikovsky after airing his Second Symphony at a St Petersburg soiree. Nicknamed ‘Little Russian’ – referring, not uncontroversially, to Ukraine – each of its four movements quotes Ukrainian folk songs. Composer, conductor and concert pianist, the multi-talented Ryan Wigglesworth is the soloist in Mozart’s amiable Piano Concerto No.19, a work of which the composer himself was particularly fond. The concert opens with one of the four overtures Beethoven composed for Fidelio. Leonore No.2 powerfully conveys the opera’s overall progression from darkness to light and culminates in an ecstatic coda.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 13 April (2.15pm) and Sunday 17 April (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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Sunday
17
April
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky

Opus: Beethoven, Mozart & Tchaikovsky


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER


Beethoven Overture: Leonore No.2 13'
Mozart Piano Concerto No.19, K459 24'
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.2, ‘Little Russian’ 40'

Ryan Wigglesworth conductor/piano

‘The whole company could almost have torn me to pieces in their delight’, wrote Tchaikovsky after airing his Second Symphony at a St Petersburg soiree. Nicknamed ‘Little Russian’ – referring, not uncontroversially, to Ukraine – each of its four movements quotes Ukrainian folk songs. Composer, conductor and concert pianist, the multi-talented Ryan Wigglesworth is the soloist in Mozart’s amiable Piano Concerto No.19, a work of which the composer himself was particularly fond. The concert opens with one of the four overtures Beethoven composed for Fidelio. Leonore No.2 powerfully conveys the opera’s overall progression from darkness to light and culminates in an ecstatic coda.

This programme is also being performed at The Bridgewater Hall on Wednesday 13 April (7.30pm) and Thursday 14 April (7.30pm).


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

Thursday
12
May
7:30 PM
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Thursday: Dvorák Symphony No.7

Thursday: Dvorák Symphony No.7


AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL, MANCHESTER


Slavonic Dances 5'
Cello Concerto 38'
Symphony No.7 41'

Sir Mark Elder conductor | Gary Hoffman cello

Gary Hoffman, one of the great cellists of our time, is the soloist in Dvorák’s concerto, the final work of his American period. Perhaps the finest cello concerto ever composed, it is full of nostalgia for Dvorák’s homeland. When his friend and mentor Brahms first heard it he was profoundly impressed, wishing he had written such a work himself.

Dvorák’s Seventh Symphony owes much to the influence of Brahms, but it is also distinctively Czech. Its overall mood is turbulent and tragic, throwing into sharp relief the unrestrained exuberance of its ending: a rallying call to Dvorák’s compatriots in the face of Austro-Hungarian oppression. Czech nationalism also colours the opening of the concert in the form of a selection of ebullient Slavonic Dances

Pre-concert event at 6.30pm


Ticket prices and booking fees:

Full price tickets from £13 (including booking fee*)
£5 student tickets (including booking fee*) are available for many Hallé concerts. See here for more information.

If you are 26 or under PwC and the Hallé have teamed up to create the PwC Hallé Under 26 ticket (price inclusive of booking fee*). A limited number of stalls seats are available.

* A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to telephone and online transactions. For more details about booking fees, please refer to The Bridgewater Hall website.

Please note: Manchester is experiencing some road works and tram disruption at the moment and we have been asked to recommend that our customers allow a little extra time for their journeys.

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