Brahms Symphony No.3

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Saturday 9th October 2021

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets from £14.50. £5.50 tickets available for full-time students. Under 30s discount available. All inclusive of booking fees

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Saturday 9 October 2021 - 7pm
Approximate running time including interval: 1 hour 45 mins

Tuning up - 6pm in the auditorium
The Hallé’s Choral Director, Matthew Hamilton, and members of the choir discuss the Hallé Choir’s journey to performing Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms. - Free to concert ticket holders

Haydn - Symphony No.64, ‘Tempora mutantur’
Stravinsky - Symphony of Psalms
Brahms - Symphony No.3

Conductor
Sir Mark Elder

Featuring:
Matthew Hamilton, Hallé Choral Director

Choir:
Hallé Choir

To celebrate its first concert appearance since February 2020, the Hallé Choir takes pride of place in Stravinsky’s striking Symphony of Psalms. Begun ‘in a state of religious and musical ebullience,’ the composer wrote, it culminates with both ‘a vision of Elijah’s chariot’ and the serene alleluias of the heavenly host. Sir Mark opens the concert with a Haydn symphony whose beautiful character and intriguing title Tempora mutantur (‘Times change’) seem, he feels, ‘appropriate for this moment in time’. The Brahms symphonies continue to fascinate Sir Mark for their distinctive, individual characteristics. This exploration of the Third contrasts the ‘intimate tenderness’ of the first three movements with ‘the rugged quality of the finale’, its drama finally quelled in calm resolution.

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