Spring Digital Season 2022


ENJOY SOME OF THE WORLD’S GREAT MUSICAL MASTERPIECES FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME.

Following the success of our previous broadcast performances, three concerts taken from our 2021/22 seasons will be available to stream. Details of the three concerts are available on the following pages. Please visit thehalle.vhx.tv for booking information.

Our films offer all the thrill and atmosphere of the live concerts at which they were recorded. The excitement of audiences able to join us for the first time is now available to experience anywhere in the world. The programmes feature some of the greatest masterpieces in the repertoire alongside stunning lesser-known gems, performed by the finest conductors and soloists.

The programmes will be released in February, March and April 2022 and each will be available for three months.

So if you are just a little too far away to visit, or live on a different continent, you can still enjoy world-class music-making at its very best.


Hallé Digital Season concerts are sponsored by:

Three concert subscription

Buy a subscription for all three concerts in our digital season for only £20 (including taxes), that’s three concerts for the price of two. Each concert will be available for three months after its release date.

Elgar Symphony No.1

From Wednesday 16 February 2022

Wagner Lohengrin: Prelude to Act I
Sofia Gubaidulina Offertorium
Elgar Symphony No.1

Sir Mark Elder – conductor
Baiba Skride – violin

Walton Cello Concerto

From Wednesday 23 March 2022

Lera Auerbach Icarus
Walton Cello Concerto
Copland Symphony

Gemma New – conductor
Laura van der Heijden – cello

Dvorák Cello Concerto

From Wednesday 13 April 2022

Dvorák Cello Concerto
Mette Henriette This Too (UK premiere)
Bartók Concerto for Orchestra

Tabita Berglund – conductor
Jakob Koranyi – cello


TICKET INFORMATION

THREE CONCERT SUBSCRIPTION
Ticket £20

INDIVIDUAL CONCERT STREAMS
Tickets £10

Please note, these prices are inclusive of tax.


THANK YOU

It is due to the generosity of our sponsors, patrons and every loyal supporter who has been so understanding over the past months, that we are able to perform these concerts.

Arts Council England, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the city of Manchester have all been steadfast in their support and have our sincerest thanks.

The Hallé is deeply grateful to our partners in The Bridgewater Hall, without whose collaboration these streamed concerts would not be possible.


SUPPORT US

The Hallé, now more than ever, relies on the generosity of all our supporters. To see how you can help, visit the link below:

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